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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 19, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Million-Plus he was still hopeful of "working with the city" without having to Bill Owen sits In the pilot's seat of his seven-toot long gyrogotten a license to fly says he hopes to have hit :Mod Hopper in
go the route of installing their own sewer and water facilities to copter which he Is building In the back yard of his North Walnut the air by the first of the year.
j serve the proposed 50-unit Pine Forest Apartments on Highway Street home. Owen, who has taken pilot's lessons but never has
100 West.
Sabis told the council that the 30-day delay would place his :
company in an economic bind since it had already received a I
And
School
Budget $914,700 loan from Farmers Home Administration and any post Up, Up, Away. .
ponement of the project would be costly. He said the company
would have tosubmit an application to DER (Department of Environmental Working in his back yard on The miniature airplane- against the rotors will cause time are required before flight
Regulation) for permission to install its own sewer North Walnut Street in Starke, helicopter is about seven feet them to turn and lift the air- is allowed. I He must also have
and water facilities.Commissioner Bill\ Owen is assembling a long. A four cylinder aircraft craft off the ground. the home built craft approvedfor
To Board Joe Warren, for a $2.5 million EPA seven foot long gyro-copter engine will be mounted behind The pilots use no parachute. flight by Federal Aviation
Going who made the delaying (Environmental Protection which he hopes to have in the the seat. The engine will drivea There is just a safety belt, like Authority.
motion, said he needed more Agency) grant to upgrade the air shortly after the first of the propellar which will providethe in a car. Owen has christenedhis Owen has piloted a plane,
I time "to work up a time city's sewer system under its year. thrust.A craft the!Mod Hopper witha but that was years ago. He
I Bradford school board in 7576. The state required table" and also to study the 201 planning area project. A The $2,200 Benson AircraftCo. set of two 10-foot rotors picture of a grass hopper on never earned l a pilot's license.
! members will be asked this adjustment resulted when the impact of the complex on refusal to supply water and of Raleigh N.C. product is will be mounted above the the rudder. But he has become a memberof
afternoon (Thursday, Aug. 19)) school staff in prior years over Starke's '"already sewer utilities to the complex, being put together solely by pilot's head. The free wheeling the Tampa based Sunstate
to examine, make changes, estimated the number of overloaded" power plant.Warren's however, would mean loss of Owen a DuPont employee in rotors will provide the lift. Owen is about half through Rotor Club, Inc.
and approve for advertising a students, making the county the grant, Dutton said. his spare time in his back Air pushed by the propellar of putting together his machineIt The small gyro-copters can
new budget totaling some $6-7 then receive more money than motion was yard. Owen has bought part the engine will push the gyro- will be at least the end of the cruise at 60 mph and hit a top
million for fiscal 7677. the actual number of pupils seconded by Harold Epps who "We have" put ourselves in privately and says he's going copter along the ground. year before he can solo, Owen speed of 90 mph and get'( several -
At the special meeting should have earned, and said the request from D.S. & jeopardy, Silcox said. "This to get by for about $1,600. Increasing wind resistance says. Nine hours of groundat thousand feet high.
which begins at S p.m. today resulting in the required N. for a green light from the city million.has"got to have that $2.5
the board will be asked to payback to the state. city had "hit us so suddenly."

examine item by line the new item,budget make any line Other topics on today's MayorCommissionerCharles Schaefer remarkedthat attorney Richard representing Welty constructionof Starke the Law Enforcement Costs j
meeting agenda are: group opposing Climbing
changes it wishes, and to give the developer had sub- the apartments, remindedthe
permission to advertise the Request for use of old RJE mitted their completed blue- Council that the North
budget as tentatively school building by the Head prints and impact study at the Central Florida Regional
approved for the new year. Start program. city hall more than a week ago Planning Council had made a
The board has held no work -Pay requests of $88.879 for and that he had notified all report raising certain ques- Though Bradford In Being Thrifty
sessions on the budget, Music & Worth ConstructionCo. Commissioners of their avail- tions about the proposed location -
according to Chairman Pat and $1,065 to Architect ability for study. of the apartments, and -- -
Spengler.Last Craig Salley & Associates for for the suggesting further impact As Bradford county estimated budget $97,000 shortof large gap between estimates bonds and court-assessed
year's Bradford school work on Phases 4 and :S I of the Warren Vesting Epps, and delay Jackson.were study. commissioners wrestled with expected receipts. and expenditures is "really fines mostly traffic.
budget totalled $6.5 million.No high school. Opposing Silcox and Sabis replied that the the 1976-77 budget, the section Expenditures are expected to nobody's fault," that they Although fines for specific
figure was available Installation of building Schaefer.A were impact study prepared by his most seriously out of balancewas be 276,857, while receipts are simply over-estimated traffic otfenses standardizedby
Tuesday for the new budget plaques: on new school DER representative told company had been submittedto the .fine and forfeiture estimated at 179573. The receipts for the year. They say the state legislature in 1973
which Business Manager buildings. the council that the the Division of Planning, fund. ,f$', commission was forced to they are guessing more ($15 for nonmoving violations
_Eddie Douglas said was being -Opening and awarding of would not 30daypostponement Department of "Administra Ptrh! >l"having to make up a, draw upon reserves to balance conservatively: for this year. and $25 for moving violations) 6
typed up to present to the bids on custodial supplies, pardize the city's jeo- tion in Tallahassee for review 34uoo deficit from the 75-76 * fund's l'f"Ceipts.come' *. and are generally lower than, t
school board today. ditto and mimeo paper prospects and subsequently forwardedto budget they found this year's Courthouse officials say the from forfeitures of before the 'actual revenue

An estimated $4,941.000 products, bread, foot and the Washington office of they produce is steadily
meat products cafeteria FmllA for approval before the increasing.A .
figure was given by Douglasfor
the operations budget the paper products, expendable AccidentInjures loan was made. He said the Ticket Probe Clears comparison of revenue
of from traffic fines for
largest of the school board's equipment, gas and petroleum Department Administration produced
did the first seven months of 1976
four budgets because it products. not require an impact
in this with fines for the first seven
study on any complex
contains salaries and general of a resolution
-Adoption
area of the state that was months of 1975 show an
expenses.The authorizing participation in a smaller than 250 units. increase of almost $13,000 in
operations budget is five-county central Bowen WrongdoingAn revenue collected.
expected to be increased over purchasing system..Authorlzation Mrs. Maurice Wingate Between January and Julyof
last year by some $400,000 in for return of raised the question of "social 1975 $53,953 in fines was
new state monies to come some $40,000 unused loan CyclistA impact."saying that petitionswere investigation probing in his interpretation of state his request, prior to giving collected. In the same period
from an increase in per pupil monies to the Florida Bank at on file containing more "the general traffic ticket laws concerning the voiding of testimony to the investigators. this year. the amount was
(per FTE unit) funding from Starke. The board originally than 500 signatures of residents situation" is continuing, but traffic citations by police off i Wolbert said the current investigation 66823.
the state of some$25 per pupil. the opposing constructionof Wolbert said all tickets is the fine and forfeiture
borrowed money to Starke man has been another probe into the cir- cers. focusing on Though
Value of an FTE unit is purchase buses, but cancelledthe charged with driving while the complex. Her husband cumstances surrounding the issued violations of traffic number of tickets voided in revenue is going up.expenscs
expected to be set at $756 this order. The board had also intoxicated and driving while added, "That's 500 votes," issuing and later the rewriting codes must be turned over to the past by members of the are going up even faster The
coming year, up from around authorized former Supt Jim his license was suspended implying that a go-ahead signal of two speeding citationsby the courts for disposition. Starke Police DepartmentHis sheriff's department which
$730-$735 last year, Douglassaid. Temple to return the loan following a Friday night might work to the disad- members of the Starke Bowen had previously stated findings will be presentedto accounts for the majority of
money but found out this past accident in which another vantage of councilmen up for Police Department has turned that police officers could voida State Attorney Gene Whit- the fine and forfeiture
A carryover from lastyear's of year it had not been returned. local man lost part of his right re-election on September 14. up no evidence of illegal ticket at their discretion worth, who will in turn, makea expenditures had a
budget in excess leg. Epps and Warren denied actions. within 10 days after it was report to County Judge Elzie $246,879 budget approved up
$350,000 Is also expected to Approval of amended that the delay was )politically Assistant State Attorney J.J. first issued. Sanders. almost $28,0U() from last year.
balloon the 76-77 operating school board education bond Larry David Martin. 27. of inspired, although giving no Wolbert said Monday that a During the recent investigation The official investigation: Even at that increase the
budget. The large carryover issue resolution to agree with Rt. 1 Box 292, is listed in clear-cut answer to Schaefer's recently completed investigation Wolbert said his office into the ticket fixing practice sheriff's budget was trimmed
resulted when the school staff current building priorities. satisfactory condition at repeated question, "What are into the matter of the had received testimony from began July 30. when Gainesville this year by the county
budgeted conversatively last Shands Hospital in Gainesville we going to study that hasn't issuing and subsequent rewriting Lt. Denton DeVoe. who issuedone Sun Reporter Bill commission. Plans for a new
year then ended up with more recovering from a severed already been studied?" of speeding: tickets to a of the tickets in question, Shields, working on an anony- patrol car wore scrapped, and
student FTE count than it had Fuqua Visits right leg and compound Warren repeated that his state official and a former and subpoenaed Officer Waiter mous tip. began an inquiry the contingency; (emergencies
estimated at the end of the fractures of the right leg and number one concern was the Starke attorney concluded Gemeinhardt, who issued into circumstances surrounding and unforseen expenses) fund
)'ear. arm as a result of the Friday impact on the power system with no evidence of wrong- the second ticket, communi- the voiding and rewritingof was cut some 2000.
Another $160,000 in Local Area night accident. although he was told by Clerk doing on the part of Police cations officers Maurice a ticket issued to Louie Lee Sheriff Dolph Reddish says
operating funds will be freed Merrill Edwards that the Chief Jimmy Bowen. Williams and Chief Bowen. Wainwright, secretary of the there are several reasons his
for the board's use in 76-77 Keith Marshall Jones, 21, of Wolbert stated Bowen documents Florida Department of Offen- has been
plant superintendent had said However signed budget going up so.see
Rt. 1 Box 12, Starke.
because the prior On was
year adjustment county's was paid off CampaignU.S. released on bond from the the proposed 50 units could be that Bowen had been incorrect waiving automatic immunity. See Tag 13.\ Page i 13\;;
handled with the tie-in
Bradford County jail following new

Altha.. was Rep.in Don Starke Fuqua.Tuesday D- stemming his arrest from on the accident charges with Florida Power & Light."We're Bradford Schools To 30 I
losing $1,000 a Open
Aug.
tour
aripres. morning on a campaign
: ht uwzt of six northeast counties, on SIt-16, Just east of Starke at month in badly needed
including Bradford, Baker 8:45: p m. Friday, August 13. income," Schaefer said obviously -

Union and Alachua of his 23- Martin was traveling weston Irritated with the Bradford County schools graders from Bradford time between Starke Elementary :McKinney said he's expecting .
county Second Congressional SR-1S on his 1972 Honda delay. He said this was the estimated will open August 30. and pre :Middle School to Starke. and Lawtey Elementary between 700 and 730 stu
District. motorcycle, when the return from utilities parations have been under Southside Lawtey and Hamp The two full-time dents w hen school opens,
Congress is in recess this accident occurred, according used by the complex and did way for some time for some ton elementary schools. teachers hired are Carol Redding Southside Elementary
week for the duration of the to investigating officer not include the amount that 5,000 students expected this The middle school will have who will teach the third Principal Lucille 1'avne has
Republican. "bloodletting in would be paid in taxes. year.Thecountysuperintendent's. grade and Vicky McKinney,
Florida Highway PatrolmanD. about 730 seventh and eighth hired two new teachers Susan
Kansas City," as Fuqua put it. C. Roberts. He reports that His remarks took on added graders this ;year, Principal wife of the principal, who will Nichols a kindergarten
Fuqua was headed from the Jones vehicle which was significance in view of an office said bus schedules had Jesse !Moore said. !Moore said teach physical education. teacher and Dorothy Leach, a
: THURS.. AUG. Hc Starke to Lake Butler this traveling east on SR-16, auditor's report made by CPA not yet been completed but he would probably hire a new Title I telchl'r15.: Payne
tI t Tuesday morning and then on crossed the center line of the Pat Farnsworth telling the they are expected to be ready learning disabilities teacherto said Southside will probably
BCH BOARD to Baker County. An open roadway into the path of council that the City Clerk had next week. bring his staff to 38. Thomas, Shaw have around fitio students' next
7p.m. house was set at Fuqua Martin's motorcycle been giving them "the Teachers go to work Monday ; ear,
campaign headquarters at 11 straight scoop" and not exaggerating Aug. 23, to begin pre Hours at the middle school > At Lawtey Elementary.
BROOKERCOUNCILBudget SE First Ave. in Gainesville Roberts reported that facts when he planning.A will be the same as last year, Land Dealing Principal Jim Duncan expects
Meeting Wednesday morning.. Martin swerved left in an reported at the last meeting major change this year Moore said. Students riding about 280 students. He has
7:30p.m. Rep. Fuqua termed the effort( to avoid collision with that the city was broke and will be the shifting of six the early bus will attend from Ruled hired a now kindergarten
current campaign a quiet one. the Jones car, but the auto could pay its current bills only 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., those riding LegalAfter teacher Susan Sco gms, in
LAWTEY COUNCIL The veteran congressmanterms struck the motorcycle on the the later bus will attend from 9
by drawing on its reserves. addition to the music teacher
months of
I 7:30 p.m. the campaign a quiet right side tossing Martin onto Demo, Rally( a m. to 3 p m. 108tey will be sharing with
one. said he thinks he's doing the car. Martin was thrown 33- Farnsworth said the city controversy, former Lake
Union County alright so far. but was feet by the Impact then slid spend $239.341 more than it Bradford High School, Butler City Councilman T.S. Starke.
The two smallest schools in
Political Rally cautious in evaluation an additional 27-feet onto the had taken in during the fiscal Set A lip. 28 expecting somewhere Thomas Jr. and CouncilmanJohn
I 7 p.m.TUES..AUO.. because "you never know shoulder of the road. year up to July 21, 1976. between 1.150 and 1.160 stu Shaw appear to be guiltyof the county ElementarySchools Brooker and
A Democratic dents this fall, will have four no illegalities involving Hampton
until the votes counted. political rallyis
are
I "What the clerk told is each to enroll
: expect
Martin was transported to you set August 28. Saturday nI'lteachers: Sharon their land developing
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t Shands Hospital by Rescue 60 true." Farnsworth said"You're the Bradlord High School"football Brower, math, Carolina activities, according to the about 150 children for the fall
Hampton Council Brooker Work personnel following first aid running short of cash, stadium for local and Isaacs, English, Mike Hartley state attorney's! otfice term Hampton Principal
7:30 at the scene. Jones was not and you've got a serious" state candidates, according to math and Ted Jornov Thomas has been under fire Connie Clark has eight
: p.m injured in the crash problem with your reserves Jimmy Crosby chairman of alternate school, bringing the for months from the Union teachers on the staff and has
On Budget TonightThe according to Roberts' teacher total to around 53. County Taxpa'ers'Association' hired a part-time art teacher.At .
WEDS., Aug.23_ report. He said the council neededto the county Democratic Executive Brooker. Principal Phil
(L'CTA) for street
Brooker City Council take "a long hard look at" Committee the sponsoring The alternate school, class paving and the installation of Vellenga hasn't hired any new-
UGH meets Thursday night at 7:30: Martin's motorcycle was revenues and expenditures organization. rooms set aside for students water and sewer lines near teachers: his staff remains at
Special Meeting to work on the budget. listed as a, total loss, and Warren said there were only Supper will be served by the causing disturbances in class property owned by his son on seven. Brooker's hours this
7:10: p.m. damage to Jones vehicle a two solutions to the problem Starke Woman's Club in the w ill be used to keep disorderly' SE Seventh Avenue. Shaw had year will be 8:15: to 2:15.: :
BITS cafeteria from .
Clerk Linda Robinson said 1973 Plymouth, was estimatedat either raise utility rates or 5 p m to students out of the regular been criticized for a complexland Hamilton will start a little
rhr (!CommunityT! work was still in progress and $400, according to Roberts. raise taxes.A 6-45 p m. Speaking will beginat classrooms.At development project in earlier, going from 8 to 2:30.:

& )lank she was unsure what special meeting was dis The 7 p August m, Crosby 28 rally states.will be Starke Elementary south Lake Butler, Involving Parents. who have a child
would be
proposals the council. presentedto cussed to study the problem the only one sponsored by the School Principal Dewey annexation and paving and that will be starting to school
I..4 U. Roberts estimated that both and find a solution before a Democratic Committee for McKinney has! lured one part- sewer projects.The for the first tinarl'
T. 120._fcr The council will consider vehicles were traveling at 40 tentative budget is submittedby the Sept.. 7 primary election time and two full-time investigation was requested to complete registration
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raising millage from 3.0 to mph when the accident according to Chairman teachers. Ofijorah Woodfm a numerous Marts
3.072 for the coming year. occurred meeting date was set. Crosby music teacMvrwill divide her complaints from the I'CTA. August :30.

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Hampton Law Would Control Drinking On Public PropertyThe .:;'1 6 Wrecks -.'


consumption of gible, when the millage rate is sation coverage and $1,200 for a decision would be made at position a person must have ReportedIn
alcoholic beverages on public increased, losing the $20,000 in general liability coverage.The its next meeting been unemployed for period .I yla'ii
property in Hampton may tax sharing revenue would town paid $903! for work- of 30 days,the head of a house- t ,
result in fines in the very near take away most of the town's man's compensation coveragelast In other action during Tues- hold, and a resident of the CityCity
future. annual income. year. day's meeting, the council: county in which he or she is to

Town Marshal Ralph Green The second public hearingon be employed
"We can't operate without -awarded construction and /: '.
before the millage rate increase is police investigated a
appeared Tuesday'scity for -heard reports on the pro-
Insurance, Councilman contracts,
council meeting andrequested set for Tuesday, August 24. painting gress of the construction of total of five accidents, in what
said in and maintenanceof
Taylor remodeling
the adoption of an In other discussion during Eugene pre- was otherwise a relatively
facilities at the
new city parkon
senting a motion to "buy whatwe the City Hall to low bidder
ordinance prohibiting "people Tuesday's session, the council must have and more." Lott of Kingsley North Pineland Blvd. from quiet weekend in Starke. .
no Johnny ,
learned that the town's workman's A Sunday night accident, at
uand down the
walking Council chairman Ted Curtis "
\ seconded for both .
The motion was by Lake, at $800 jobs. ,' j
and the entrance to McDonald'sRestuarant
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streets drinking beer. He compensation gen- Councilwoman Evelyn M, and Councilman Taylor. Cur- .1"
also suggested that the ordin- eral I liability insurance poli- Vaughan, and passed unani- --heard a report from E.W. tis reported that a four inch on US-301 resultedIn
ance carry a fine of $15 for cies had expired during the mously. Hodges, chairman of the well had been completed at the only injury reported
first offenders and $25 for week prior to the meeting. Bradford County federally the site, and that the council among the weekend traffic
repeat offenders. The town's general liability The council requested funded Comprehensive could begin purchasing mishaps Roger E. Padgett of
Hampton council members policy, which covers cityvehicles Roberts prepare binders and Employment Training Act materials for a pumphouse. Lawtey, was taken to the
moved to amend Green's proposed expired August 9, authorized City Clerk Mary Board. Hodges told the council r Bradford County Hospital for
ordinance to include all two days after the workman's Allen to issue checks for the that the town may qualify fora He also asked for, and i treatment of minor Injuries
alcoholic beverages and littering compensation coverage, for insurance coverage Wednes- full-time maintenance man received, the council's per- received In the Sunday night
before instructing City the town marshal, expired day morning.In under the CETA program. He mission to obtain the servicesof f'ilY accident, by Rescue 60
Attorney Richard Welty to August 7. George Roberts, offered no guarantee, but said Buddy Cox for constructionof personnel.
prepare the proposed city law who purchased the Doyle Con- addition to requesting the he would work with the coun- the pumphouse. Cox is to Rogers was driving north on
tor ratification[ at the council's ner Insurance Agency in ordinance prohibiting con- cil in making application for a provide labor only, and cost of US-301 when a vehicle driven
next meeting. Starke recently informed the sumption of alcoholic bev- federally paid city worker for his services will be under $500, by Christine M. Hughes, also
council that the policies had erages on public property Hampton. Hodges said all so there was no need for the of Lawtey, turned left from
Hampton council members expired and offered estimated Town Marshal Green also monies for the program have council to request bids on con- the south bound lane into his
learned Tuesday night that annual premiums totaling asked l the council's permis- been allocated through Jan struction of the pumphouse. t path.Curtis.
the town was in jeopardy of $2.100 to bring the town in line sion to deputize Hampton resi- 31. 1977 and further i Lee, of the Starke
losing some $20,000 in tax- with state regulations concerning dent Leonard Darrah. He said uary stated that the council should Councilman Taylor reportedthat Police Department, chargedMrs.
sharing revenues if action is insurance coveragefor Darrah who attended the make application for CETA the state's Department of Hughes with violation of
not taken immediately to municipalities. Tuesday night meeting, had employee prior to January I. Transportation had installed a S' the right-of-way, and
adjust the present milluge Roberts estimated thetown's agreed to become a volunteer 1977. To qualify for CETA new culvert pipe at the park r Y estimated damage to her 1975
rate upward. deputy, working without Y I
pay Ford at $700. Officer Lee said
While cost to the individual annual premiums at The council, requesting time w. damage to the Padgett
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property owner ill be negli $900) for workman's compen to check insurance needs, said '- automobile, a 1975 Plymouth,

Engineering Firm Hired City workers dismantle pole fixtures Monday following a Sun was about $1,000.
day morning accident. There were no Injuries In the mishap in Two young Starke women
which two Starke women were reportedly forced off the road reported to investigating
into the pole by an unknown driver of a second car. officer Denton DeVoe that
LB Sewer
For ProjectLake they were forced off the road

NOTICEFrom and into a \power pole by an
Butler City Council A total of four engineeringfirms the center will be charged continuous maintenance, unknown driver in a blue car
members entered into a came before the council $1,080 for the first 3,000 gallonsof possibily through contract in an early Sunday morning
contractual agreement with last month, all seeking the water used and sewage with a local person.Councilman accident on WashingtonStreet.
the consulting engineeringfirm council's approval to conductthe treated, and will be billed at a Shaw moved .
of Sverdrup and Parcel, sewer improvement need rate of 36-cents per 1,000 that part Claire Ann Turner, 16 and
Your Property Appraisers OfficeAs of Gainesville, for a study of study. gallons over the minimum time help be hired at a her passenger Connie Jones,
the city's sewer improvementneeds Payment of the maximum charge for both water and suggested rate of $3 per hourto 18, told DeVoe that they were
and the preparation of $1,960 for the first phase of the sewage treatment. work two-hours per day, traveling west on Washington
wil be deferred until week to Street shortly after midnight
an application for a federal study Maines' letter also noted seven-days per keep
grant to pay for the planningand December 1, 1976, when the the park in shape the motionwas Saturday, when the blue car
Indicated by the letter below the Department of Revenue Is in the process of con- construction of the city receives ad valorem that the center uses nearly seconded by Spires and attempted to pass their

ducting a post audit review of Bradford County's Tax Roll. We regret this Inconvenienceto improvements, during the taxes. half the of the and water accounts consumed for in passed unanimously.In vehicle on the right, forcing

you but It Is part of the Department of Revenue's procedures under State Law. If you council's regular meeting Subsequent phases of the about city half of the total other action during them to swerve left, crossingthe
have any questions regarding this feel free to call this office. Wednesday, August 11. project will proceed by work treated. The rates charged sewage to Wednesday's meeting, the road into the power pole.
The council voted orders to be submitted for the center had not been council: Instructed city No arrests or injuries were
unanimoulsy on a motion by council approval by the engin- since 1963. supervisor Cecil Brannen to reported in the accident
All County Property AppraisersState Councilman Tom Spires, eers with itemized listing of changed instruct city employees to which caused an estimated
of Florida seconded by Councilman John anticipated costs. Problems at Lakeside Park, wear their safety helmets $600 damage to the Turner
Northeast Region: Alachua, Bradford, Citrus Clay, Duval, Flagler, Lake. Marion Shaw to accept the contract The project could take two- where vandals recently during working hours, and set automobile. An investigationis
Nassau, Putnam, Seminole, St. Johns Sumter Volusia presented by the Gainesville- years to complete at annual destroyed a concrete picnic the penalty for non- continuing.A .
based firm to conduct the cost to the city of $5,000, table, sparked considerable compliance at five-days hit-and-run driver caused
study, which will begin with a according to engineeringfirms debate over possible actions suspension without pay. an estimated $250 damage to
Pursuant to Section 195.097 Florida Statutes Post Audit Review activity to implement determination of the scope of making earlier during Wednesday's council Mayor Margie Cason, Lonenia A. Alvarez's 1976
the law by the Division of Ad Valorem Tax is underway. The activity may occur through the project and application for presentations.City session. objecting to the penalty cast a Cheverolet, which was parkedin
October. You will be contacted by a Bureau of Real Property Assessment Evaluator the federal funds which will Attorney Hal Maines "It's disgraceful" lone disenting vote on the front of the Alvarez's 602
and for 75 percent of the explained to council membersthat Councilman Spires said of the motion. Alton Road residence
prior to at various times during the review period. The review will Include a sales pay
needed improvements. the contract, they agreedto park's present condition Approved the replacementof according to an accident
ratio study office survey of the appraisal/assessment system Hunnicutt Index and 8th Council members set aside with Sverdrup and Parcel Wednesday. He noted that the two street lights one near report filed by Officer J. L.

Criteria updates. the first city funds for the may be terminated by either city had recently spent nearly the home of Shorty Osteen and Thomas at 3:15: Saturday
sewer improvement project party following 30-days $2,000 on park improvements. the second near the residenceof afternoon. investigation is
It is our sincere desire to assist and support you with the conclusions of the review and during Wednesday's meeting, written notice.In lie suggested the park receive Charles Peeples. continuing.

we intend to avoid interference with the routine operation of your office as much as in voting unanimously, on a related matters the L
motion Councilman Bill council unanimously
possible. Your cooperation will be greatly appreciated. White, to by pay Sverdrup and approved a letter asking to
Parcel a maximum of$1,960 to double the water and sewer City Turns Down Electric Employee Proposals I Itame

/Albert Y. Johnson. ASA CFE begin the study and make rates charged to the Lake
NE application for the federal Butler Reception and Medical Electrical Department With little discussion, the if desired. The proposed
Regional Supervisor grant. Center and voted to send two employees! won't get a Commission turned down all provision would allow
'. Division of-Ad Valorem Tax Considerable discussion.on. city employees to a seminarfor birthday present of an extra five proposals offered by the accumulation of vacation time!
.,. jli) */ expenditure of the and pollution control Commission-at least withouta Brotherhood of Electrical ten >ears' employment.
Thank You maximum $1,960 for the first operators to be sponsored by fight, according to action at Workers representing Commissioners figured that
phase of the project ended the Florida Department of Tuesday night's council employees of Starke's the! proposals would cost the
when White reminded fellow Environmental Regulation. meeting. municipal plant. city some 23.000 annually, andif
Gene council members that their Attorney Maines, who had One of the proposals was such benefits wore extendedto
LongCertified "faith and confidence" in the drafted the letter requestingthe Wilson French,64Wilson that the workers be given an all city emplo.M-cs the
Gainesville firm had made state prison system additional paid holiday added expense would be
Sverdrup and Parcel their approval of the water and L. French 64, of annually, "that holiday to be around $1.1U.IHH>
Florida Appraiser first choice for conducting the sewer rate increases, pointedout Keystone Heights died Tues- the workman's birthday."
study. the the proposed rate will day evening. Other proposals were: First Baptist Church:
still be below the rates being Born in Baltimore Mary- --to have the contract
charged to the state for such land, on February 25, 1912, provide that basic residence Sunday: Sunday School,
services in neighboring cities. French was a retired indus- phone bills be paid for 9:45: am.; Morning Worship.
Under the proposed rates trial supervisor for the workmen who are on standby 11 a m.; Church Council 5
Chattanooga Glass Company. duty. p.m.; Church Training 6:15:
NOTICEOF Survivors include: his wife, --Providing for shift p.m.; Evening Worship, 7'3U::
THKIIKAUFOKD Mrs. Roberta French of Keystone differential pay for operatorsas p.m.
COUNTY: TELKtilt: .VHII Heights; a daughter follows: :Monday: Youth Choir 7

Published every Thursday Mrs. Joan Nengel of Forest 1st shift, basic rate; 2nd shift, pm.
at US: \\'.Call Street Hill, Maryland; two sisters, 10 percent above basic rate: Tuesday AssociationalMen's
Starke. F'Iurida:12991: Mrs. Charlotte James of Tow- 3rd shift 15 percent above !Meeting at Urooker.
TAX INCREASEThe son, Maryland and Mrs. Etta basic. 6:30: p.m.
Second Class postage paid Knickman of Baltimore, --Providing for Wednesday: Sunday School
a I Sta rkp. F'lorldaSubserlptlon Maryland; and three grand accumulation of vacation time Worker's Mtg U.Vs. KA's.
Acteens, World Friends and
children. prior to present 10 year
Rates: Funeral services will be accumulation date. Mission Friends 6:45: : p.m.;
In trade urea: $7 per held Friday, August 20 at 2 At the present time "Hour of Power," 7:30: pm.;
City Hampton ProposesTo year: Ja I six months pm. in the DeWitt C. Jones employees with 10 year Adult Choir 8:15: p.m.
Chapel in Keystone Heights employment records are Thursday: Visitation, 9:30::
()ul iIIl'trade urea: $x with the Rev. Leamon Ward given three weeks vacation a.m.; Visitation, 7 p m.
per>ear: $I.10i.k: ( months officiating. Burial will followin with the privilege of Saturday': Bus Ministry
Raise Your Property TaxesA the Gadara Cemetery. accumulating one week of this Visitation 8:30: a.m.

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BAL REVENUE SHARING kHOVIDI-S" tbDLRAL FUNDS/ OlRbCIl' 10 LOCAL AND bl,Alt- (.UVLIiNMEN1:. YOUH OOVl KNMLMI I-:7;;: : ;/ :r: ---
Will Be Held Tuesday August 24 REPORT ADVISING!: YOU HOW THFSE FUNDS HAVE BEEN USED OH OUIGATI( O rUMNli IHt II AR I ROM JULY 1 .9..5 1M.W Jl I '.
IS TO INFORM' YOU OF YOUR fiOVl hNMI( Ml K I'HIOHITirS AND TO I OllliAr.l Vi"I'II"An I TIC..AIII. ,iMN'111\'I.IMur.,: I :< II vV I I1" :
lit (Li SPL.NT NOTE: ANY COMPLAINTS' OF DISCRIMINATION' IN SHE USE OF lIil:(." I UNDO MAY Lt SLUT 1U FILE! .... '...I i.' I ." 4. ..
line WASHINGTON. DC. 20228

ACTUAL. EXPENDITUflES (Include hIJ..onGI. ) THE GOVERNMENT Y
At 7:30 P.M. -- -,- -- "" t\.1 (II'LNAIING; / OFll.r Cfal.'f-ipu: .' '. ''IIIY','
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In The Hall 11REI'LUOTAl, during ire poncd t'om July 1. 1975 thru Junu M; 10.o'ACCOUNT

Hampton City ; '' ._ .! sJUC ...._______ "
S NO 10 1 ,-jfl., th-l
IhSPONtATIO. N S
BRADFORD COUI1TV\

ALT S S CHRN BD OF COIH!

Explanation : Because of a slight increase in tax :"EA1IO" DUR 8STARKE
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assessment values in the City of Hampton, the city can RABIES S S

Cal SERVICsA
raise the same number of tax dollars in 1976-77 with AGEooavooR S S

MNSTRATION: S 32924LTIPURPOSE

slightly less millage. To raise the same amount of tax '' :;:'-:. .
:. ANa $ .," : ;r ;::..:J JJCA1IO" /:I


dollars in the coming year the city would have to levy .:::.:; ':;;'::.;:;:: :iZ' :::''', i "tDI(1 )Balance TRUST FUND.olJune REPOHT 309.'"",','' instruction', DI(_______.'I. I.. -., 4'!

:;:l;:',:(;;. :;;.;;:t :; .:; 2 Revenue Sharing Funds ,- ,
2.923 mills slightly less than the 3.0 mills levied last 'ELOPMENT .. -. ReceIVed "Iron July 1. 197 thru Juno 30. 1976 1___J. '
MTY, DEVELOPMENTYELOPA'ENT' }::ti': :: :::::::;;,': :::-:;::-:<.: :..:' 3 'Interest' Re."vod
or C-eclMud' ( Jiy' I. 197S ,thru June 30. 1976)) 1_. __ 3.0 CC2:
However is required to levy at least three '. '
city ; :' ''
year. ; ;.:': >, 'j"EA 4 Funds Released from Obligation (IIF A'vYI' ) 1.____ ..

Spoc, ,tl' :.:. .' '. ;" '' : 5 SumolhnesT,2.3.4 1_ ._4CC ,'i"0fl ::
mills to receive state or federal revenue sharing monies 3 ; ; :
Funds RelurnedtoORSIFANY( ) 17. ..-___.... .

thus the will incur tax increase in ToOLS Is Total Funds Availibl 1 ___ 4G3'i29
city a very slight 1976- S 1 !'>R7? 1 R60R
6 Tot.il,An"nll.pcndod: >
NQ.SCRiMlNATION> REQUIREMENTS' HAVE BEEN MET 2O1 .7f'i!
t FiCATlON \I ceM.fy. thai I am the, CMet: Execuiiva I Olticur, and.erp.ct (Sum t/i M't! tt>. column B and column C) 1 __. _
77. Though the increase will be hardly noticeable on tax to the entitlement| funds reported httreott I corltty thai may
not nee.. used ,n "oln,,,,.. o'hcr> the pnonty/ onpAndttutoclon 0 O'lffproii-lnt' ,,nr70! 1176 t 2C>_1,jjfiT't._
om"nt .$. 03i. O' th >na, ;y*% bills the city is required to label it a tax increase and ad- In}/ HCPOHI/AIIINPLIt'LISHLD: IN AlOC.ALNtWSPAPHIOI (.1..P.. I'". 1116 .
( .J A '\ JtI _Z j: ._ =-- LA1ION I IM>Vl A COPY OF THIS/ RIPOHT AND HECOHUS nOCur.'l; f4'" .' .
-S'\ hjlur. e* L.h'Ol' tufiCUhvoliZD.aLDo 'O..e.
A CON! Nl r. IHIVAMI' IM'IN I Ion (1'1I"IIC !SCRUTINY AT
vertise that it is raising property taxes. ( ; ? Board Nnn n'nt. County TdI' Comrn. .__ Room 137 Bradford County CourtHouso"agl"

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Norman's FarmOn Softballers Headed For Resionals: 1; I

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p4 the heels of a tourney will earn the local game.During. record with tournaments and Orlando tournaments. As tournaments.
championship finish at the women a berth In the regular season play, victories in Jacksonville Norman's Is not a member of The team is sponsored by
recent state tournament for upcoming national prior to the state tourney Bradenton and St. Petersburg a league all regular season L.M. Norman, Jr., owner of r
open class amateur women's tournament to be held in Norman's Farm posted an meets. Norman's had second- competition took the form of Norman's Farm Produce .'
softball teams Norman's Chattanooga, Tenn., later this impressive 33-11 win-loss place finishes at the Starke invitational and -
Farm of Starke travels to month.
@ (YJIU@I (! Jacksonville this weekend to Norman's Farm won the
: participate in the RegionalSlowPItch state championship with a 4-1.
I tournament.A win-loss,record in the Florida ,
finish in the top two spots finals tourney held earlier Y lay
nt thin. wk..nd'JI regional .
this month in Bradenton.In
the state tournament it I

Gatorettes Finish Second And Fourth championship Norman's Farm knocked game off _

I / defending state champs ,. I I
Surburban Realty of ; ;

Playing In 2 Tourneys At Same TimeStarke's Pensacola score The Norman's by a final squad 7-2 F ;

turned in numerous defensive
Gatorettes played homer In the defeat over the Lake City tournament August gems and displayed some I
then1' own brand of Pinettes of Macclenny. 27 and will host a tournamentin outstanding clutch hitting in
"commuter softball" playing The win gave the Gatorettes Starke September 1012. taking the state championship II
tournaments in two cities another chance at defeatingthe
August 13-is and finishing Super Chicks who's first I
with second and fourth place win knocked the Gatorettesinto I GM Headed To Region I y, >w
at the weekend's finish. the loser's bracket. That Ir I
Carolyn Redding was they did putting the Chicks open'I
of the
chosen! Most Valuable Playerin under 12-2 aided by leading Harry ClaL"1'; When asked if fans I
Green Machine softball
men's
the Macclenny tournamentin hitter Freida Chewing with attending the out-of-area
three hits for four tries. team is confident that his tournaments improved the +
which the Gatorettes placed r
battled their team will be playing in the team's i: I II
second behind the host team, Having way moral Hatcher said
the Chargers. After travellingto through the loser's bracket, national and world playoffsnext that is "helps," but that the fJe\
Green Cove Springs to the Gatorettes were faced month only team with any real \ I
with their fifth game Saturday "We've got two more advantage is the of
finish the tournament there, sponsor a
the Chargers in the tournaments (after regional)), tournament. That team I
too many games in too little against national and world," Hatcher he I H
match-up. said enjoys a home field
time forced the Gatorettes to championship said when contacted
take a fourth place finish. Fatigue set in and the the prior to advantage in that they are '
regional playoffs to be
Gatorettes lost 7-4. but familiar with the conditionsand
The Gatorettes began the Redding's MVP trophy gave held August 20-22 in Orlando. "feel" of (the HI.M I
weekend in Macclenny with a some consolation. She finished GM placed second in the state Green Machine's first game I
poor start Friday night the tournament with five tournament two weeks ago. will be Friday at 8:30: p.m. I
and battedin. He said there was no need to against the St. Petersburg !
against the Super Chicks of home runs 16 runs
change the team strategy for Merchants.Other teams in the
Baldwin. They were handed a Herndon turned in several i
the 10-team tournament which
defeat and into double in her defensive tournament Include Mobile'sSoTlInern
10-5 dropped plays aaieiiers, smart:
will decide who goes to the !
the losers bracket. Leading effort at t short stop. natioal tournament in National Bank of Stuart
hitters were Christie Brnka The Gatorettes forfeited Jacksonville. Florida, Jerry's of Miami
with 3-for-3 and Susan their 6 Saturday game in I
p.m.
of Tampa, Adair
"We're going to have to go Speedline IY J ,
Blalock with two hits. the Green Cove Springs r
Landscaping and Southern
with what got us this far. ,I
After driving Saturday tournaments because of their We've got to execute and playto Trucking both of Orlando open class teams In tournamentactlon this month. Team j I
morning to Green Cove late finish in Macclenny They ur capabilities," Hatcher and a metro-Jacksonville State members are front row from left: Kathy Blackburn, Piggy I, i iRosander
to be awarded a win played the Mechanics of Champs
Springs tenth team is
The
said. "If we continue to team. Montez Wynn Sharon Dykes. Sue Triest and Debr'aBleasdale. '
by forfeit the Gatorettes went Green Cove Saturday night Hammonds of Tallahasseewho I
improve as in the last three Second row: assistant coach Andy Strickland Linda
back Macclenny: for an and won their sixth game that first In the state
weeks we'll be going to placed Cubbedge Angle Nix Sandra Norman Kelly Richards and :
11' 30 a.m. game against day 9-5. national's." tournament. Debbie Johnson Back row: Coach Townsend Strickland.
Commercial Air of Lake City. Redding, Paula Barton, and These are the members of the Norman's Farm women's softball Barbara CoonU Vicki Overman. Jeanne Williams and team
They won 14-3 led by Gigi Melady Milton all went 3for4at team, which captured the state softball crown for amateur. sponsor L.M. Norman Jr.rIiE1AI&I'1r I
Herndon with four doubles out the plate with one home run ,
of five trips to the plate. Other each. Blalock had three hits John Rugs ....... I
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loading hitters were Brokas. out of four tries and Dyal and -
Dana Dyal, and Claudia Francis Coltrane had two hits -
Alvarez with three hits each. each. Of BrookerIs I. .,
The Gatorettes then went on The Gatorette's hectic Iri r.
to win their next game in the weekend came to an end County .,."IiJ' : : yj
Mtu'clrnny. tournaments by a Sunday when they lost 8-4 to d8B
wide margin of 19-5, with the All Stars of Jacksonvilleand "I if I
Carol y lu-dcling batting a settled for fourth place in 4-H President :.. I 1J, ,.
FABRIC SHOPS
perfect 5-for-S with four home the tournament. j
runs llermlon also had a The Gatorettes will play in a r; l U
The Bradford County "-II Council held a meeting Tuesday. i, >', \
August 3rd At that time officers were elected for the coming 4- r I t
II year. Pictured above are: John Riggs of Brooker president.. Ia I tI
I Fall Recreation Activities :II,
Tammy Baldree of Theressa treasurer. Terri Parrish of Green
Acres reporter, Stacey Hayes of Brooker secretary and I. ,
Harold Waters. Jr. of Hampton vicepresident.Let's .
J In Planning This Month"We're I II I \


in limbo now," matches will be played this I .
1 Starke Recreationl season. Progress Not Regress a r1 'i4itiIti tI
l l iV,irtiTu>nl director Randall Davis says registration is
Davis says! of momentary lull currently in progress for this I II
in activities sponsored by his season's beginning tennis Keep ; r r'I
department. classes for women. Classes iUll i
Follow ing what Davis terms will be held mornings :T':
"one of the most successful" throughout the 10 week I
summer recreation prgramsto session at the Pratt Street Homer Newell r
dale, his office has entered courts. Davis who instructsthe :'' ri rif
a planning stage for fall beginning tennis classes .a' 100% POLYESTER 1
activities says about 20 women -
.Among the activities participated in the program DOUBLE KNIT
planned for the fall season are last season. ,
Ixiy's and men's flagfootball, Senior citizen recreation } 58.60' WideDo

"Oml'n's'olle'ball and programs including exciting things with Knit!
beginning tennis classes for ceramics checkers and bingo r Beautiful Summer collection.

women.(Registration for the round which, are will conducted be held on year-the S "/ tumble Machine dry.wash Remove warm promptly setting,
fliigfootbiill league is second and fourth Tuesdaysof
tentatively set for the first the month at the Pratt 1 / / Economy priced!

week in September Davis Street Recreation Center. A 1'\
says, with gridiron action Some 60 persons are
expected to shift into high registered in the local club I, ,
gear by the end of the month. sponsored by the Recreation Itid11' ,
,11 Yti I
Three leagues are to be Department and under the Clay County CommissionerDist
formed in the flagfootball direction of Joe Kerrigan. 1 ,II
program, Davis says The Davis says some 100 to 125 1 Democrat ;
small fry league will be for children participated in the W W
buys between the ages of recently completed summer 1
seven and nine; the bantam recreation program bctivities. Elect The Man That Has The Time 4 1Sit U; ,.
league will draw boys from 10 Cheryl Godwin and Donna ti
to 12; and the men's league Prevatt supervised the ,,,
will be limited to men over 18 regular summer program, And Experience To Serve You 1 111 J YARD I
who are out of high school. while Gayle Akridge $$$$
The flagfootball games will supervised the Tiny Tots )1
bo played at both the Pratt program for children betweenthe I 1 To 5 Yards :
The You Deserve To Be Served
Way
Street field and the Southside ages of four and six. .
Elementary activities area. Juniata Girffin supervised the '' '
Davis says most of the men's summer activities at the Reno >W.V.V.y'.V.V.V.V.W REMNANTDAYSALE '
league will be playedon Recreation Center. ,
games Paid Pol Adv a 19 9/2
Sunday: afternoons. !!
Registration for the
women's volleyball league is msS
also slated to begin during the Useable lengths and widths, made from
\ better quality labru, Shoe earl ''or
first week of September with
,
matches scheduled to begin Help Elect W.V.V.V.VAWXWw best elections .

later in the month. Davis says < >KffivV' WWA\ :-::;::'.--
women! over the age of 16,

students including may high participate school in CHARLES 500/0 OFF!

the vullcybili) program. The :
matches are to be played on I
II..' court upstairs in the Ii i !
Recreation I Department
building; ...ist( year's matches McKINNEY-
were played on !Monday and "TEE
Tuesday evenings however. BURLAP POLY POWER SHOT"SHEATH '
will '
Davis says participants
decide which nights the YOUR flr BRUSHED DENIM POPosN : ;

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with denIm Jumpers skIrts. Combed conon. Permanent Static tree color tast lull
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experienced in construction of $198

buildings and roads Yard $26,2 $13,2 $11,2 ;

the equipmentused
Today for both tennis and I don't know all -the answers to all

golf-ni> well tu squash, fish-
inn biking, archery skiing. of our problems, but I'm willing to >;t
)javelin, hockey, kayack, car
racing, and nailboat*-in made work for and with the people and MAT MWnfltlHtMIKHMtlHrWMrW r:: r;] 171 fi'rr II:is] La :

with composite of a ipace- [_..rxnrrr_,..y._tf_Iff WMt,._.***.t.KttH'M" ,y< a.WWL.L:; : : : :. cU..
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stronger and -': _:=="'.:::::=: Shopping Center
Graphite composite, which problems if elected.PO. =:::,:..:1-N- ':= rW.-1... : ,.
by Union Starke Fla.111
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sports everywhere the ultimate CHARLES
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I 12 Lettermen Return To 76' UC Tigers"We've I


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always had a approved as head Tiger coach defensive Interior line superior performance as Linebacker develop j) into a goodcornerbackbutthateveryone
tradition of being a winning last month. coaching duties, and Terry spring drills progress. Coach Roberts feels I
football school, and we have However Roberts Is no Stroemer, who returns as Back-ups include confident with his linebacker in that position needs some
the attitude that we have the stranger to UCHS football; he defensive backfield coach. sophomore Darren Johns, 6-1 corps, calling it one of the work.
personnel and the coaching led Lake Butler to a Suwannee Defensive coordinator and and 165 pounds, and Danny strongest ever. His hopes are Another man who has a
staff to continue that Conference championship in linebacker coach will be Johns, a returning lettermanwho justified, resting on what he chance at the cornerback
tradition," says Union County 1962-63,and was head coach in Eddie Moore, a former was a back-up tight end terms as three "fine" starting position is Willis
High head football coach 1971. He will be joined by Carl University of Florida last year. The latter Johns returning letterman. Jackson, a 5-9, 150 pound
Charles Roberts who was Drake, who will assume linebacker letterman. stands 6-3 and weighs 185 Leading the trio Is Cedric junior.
"With a real good team pounds. Warren, 6-2 and 210 pounds, "He's got real good
defensive effort we'll have an Defensive Tackle who led the team last year speed..football savvy" andhe's
outstanding defensive ball Starters in the defensive with 116 tackles. a fine tackler, Coach
TEAL club," Coach Roberts said fo tackle position are Leandrew "I've seen him on film and Roberts said.
which has Alexander and Jeff Three other cornerback tryouts -
the defensive squad Snyder. he's a good football\ player,
12 letterman returning."We Alexander is a letterman who Coach Roberts said. are Scott Cason, Jessie
TILEErCHRPET expect to have another started in this position last First cousins Dean Dukes Blount, and Sonny Brown.
fine season out here..We'rereal year and is the most and Michael Dukes also Cason and Brown are both
E Call St. In Old Stumps Bldg. strong in every position experienced."He provide experience in that sophomores and newcomersto
except cornerback," he Is real consistent, valuable position. Deam, 5-11 the varsity team. Both are
Starke 964.7423 added. strong,and quick on his feet," and 160 pounds, is a senior anda 5-8 and 140 pounds.
Coach Roberts gave the Coach Roberts said fo the 5-10, two-year letterman; Coach Roberts said Blount Coach Hur e watches Tornado backs running through a play.
All Brand Name following breakdown of 200 pound junioir. Michael, 5-11 and 180 could develop into a fine
possible starters and backupsof Snyder, 5-10, and 175 a sophomore and cornerback,and that all\ three
CARPET the 1976-77 Tiger defensive pounds, is a senior lettermanwho lettered last year as an would have to work to win a
was a back-up defensive starting position. He said that
squad: offensive right guard. Formed Merchant*
Defensive End tackle last year.Providing "Both are fine there was no real frontrunnerin Newly
depth for this Coach Roberts the cornerback race, that it
VINYL FLOORING Junior William Warren, a linebackers,
5'11 and 180 pound junior, is a position are three other tryouts was "just a matter of finding
returning letterman who has headed by letterman Bill said.Backups are junior Roy one." He said he might To Play In TournamentsA
one end position nailed down. Nettles, a 5-11 and 215 pound Highland, 5-band 160 pounds, consider moving Steve
VINYL TILE He is the most experienced of senior. and sophomore Marvin Seay, Sirmones,a running back last members of the
the four defensive end "He has a chance to playa 5-7 and 145 pounds. year,onto the defensive squadto newly-formed Starke Among the
candidates, and played the lot of football. He is a big, Defensive Secondary try for the cornerback Merchants slow pitch softball\ recently formed softball
Sirmones, 5-9 and 155 squad, which plans to
aggressive individual, Coach position. team travels to Waldo this
half-back The best position last for year.the Roberts said. Starter in the monster positionis pounds, has "good speed and weekend for a first test in represent Starke in three ASA
W ilUIJ( [ Iru( mmBruaJGJI prospect highly touted senior Glenn In upcoming
football to tournaments
ability
other starting position is 5'10, Michael Johnson, 5-11 and Kemp, 6-2 and 175 pounds. according post-season tournament outfielder Charlie
175 Coach Roberts. action. weeks,are:
pound sophomore, and
169 pound junior Randall has been starter since
Kemp a
of the First
Coach Roberts said he has Green, formerly
Dukes. Sydney Jenkins, 5-10 and 165 the ninth grade and has Several young players from
"He did in pounds, are the remaining seen the players only on films, the church league, averaging Baptist Church team; and
a good job spring lettered on the Tiger squad
( O lIlYi3GJUGJI] practice," Caoch Roberts back-ups for defensive tackle. three years. He is a valuable and that when spring practicewith 20 to 22 years of age, have outfielder Stuart Joey Duncan Bennett, and,
full next
pads begins shortstop
Middle Guard banded under the
siad, indicating that Dukes last making 89 together
player year all
,
week, "a lot of things could pitcher Buddy Paterson
would be Here is another position on tackles and six direction of player-coach Jim
playing opposite pass First
of the
change. He emphasized that former members
the defensive line blessed with Lewis to participate in post-
Warren if he keeps up his interceptions, and Coach Church team,
much and Presbyterian
great depth. Derryl Williams, Roberts said he felt Kemp hasa growth maturitycan season tourney play
5-9 and 175 pounds, is the chance for college football. take place and change sanctioned by the American First baseman Bryan
starter after lettering as a players during the off season. Softball Association.
"He is a very good pass Johns, former member of
The Steak Man defensive tackle last year. defender and good against the Badcock's city league team,
Coach Roberts had high run, too. I think that he is a and third baseman Gene
praise for senior Alexander college\ prospect." Joey Herres Top G olfer In Age Division Tanner, from the senior boys
Does: Rgain: + Blount, whom he termed a Another outstanding pass team, have also joined the
quick aggressive player. He and run defender according to A number of junior golfers 14-15 division was Russell\ Starke Merchants ranks.
said the 5-10, 160 pound senior Coach Roberts is free safety from the Keystone Heightsand Greek of Keystone. Greek,
Buy A Junior & French Fries With A could take over the middle candidate Alfred Holmes. He Starke area entered the facing putting troubles mostof Lewis says the newly
guard starting position, is a two-year letterman and Gainesville Junior Champion-- the tourney, carded 6463. formed squad hopes to
12 Oz. Coke For
BURGER SPECIAL shifting Williams outward on stands 5-8 and 140 pounds. ship Tourney August 3 and 4 at One stroke back of Greek was sponsor one tournament herein
the defensive line. P.andalGriffis\ is a possibilityfor West End Golf Course. David Brown of Keystone with the next few weeks, and
With Mustard Ketchup & D c Middle guard back-ups safety or cornerback Joey Herres of Starke cap- 6662. may stick together next
7 \j include juniors Calvin Brown, Coach Roberts said the 5-9.150 tured the 12-13 boys division Ernie Turbyfill of Gaines- season for city league action.
Pickles Only Plus| Tax 5-10 and 152 pounds, and pound letterman has had stroking 63-65 over the par 60 ville was the winner of the
I Dennis Williams, 5-8 and 145 some experience and is a course to win by one shot over division with rounds of 63-62. Roger's Welding of
pounds, and senior Martin "coachable individual." He Robert Burns of Lake City. He birdied the last two holes to Gainesville is sponsoring this
Find Seay, 5-7 and 145 pounds. added that Griffis could Tying for third spot in the win by one stroke over Mike weekend's tournament play in
GetRnofcherOne __n_ __ Riley of Gainesville. Riley, Waldo with 10 to 12 teams
'- ,,.,,.... the first day leader,carded 62- expected to be on hand for the
c 64 for second spot. competition.
1 Marc Arnette of Jackson-
Fop Only! FINAL ville was crowned the overall
of the tournamentand
Yes You Get All The Above For Only 1 Penny champion
took first place in the 16-17 FLORIDATHEATRE
division. Arnette fired 61-59 -
This Ad Good Thurs. Aug. 19 All Day At 120 to knock Stewart Menzies
WEEK of Gainesville out of the top
spot by one stroke. Menzies,
(DOaQaa( L I 0 the first after the first round,
stroked 60-61( 121.
TAKE UP 24 MO. TO PAT Fri & Sat.
In the girls group, Luanna

LGli] !? (JIII I a or first Mundorff place of trophy Starke for received the 12-13 a ASLONGASYOULIVEYOU'LL ,
30-60-90 DAYS SAME AS CASH division and Danielle\ Reed Of NEVER FORGET ... ?
awarded secondin tPETER
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Other area juniors competing -
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Foot Lonq Steak : -isa'tiajgliirlpool''' Pat Mundorff of Starke;

I N A =rf ti. S EFRIGERAI0R fREEZER Jimmy Keystone.and Bobby Reed of i PAN :t

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aW..N when reporting to the BUS RAQUELWELCH
County Commissioner District 1 J SAWYER-SLADE APPLIANCE field house.
Helmets and shoes will be
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County .. "" 332 W. Madison St. Stark*, rim. Ph 94-7701 session. Jugs

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BROWN WILL NEVER USE THE
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He Will Not Spend The Taxpayers Money Carelessly He

Fri & Sat
Will Show No Favoritism To Anyone, Group Or Groups.

He Will Always Have An Open Mind And Will Listen To GENE

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Will Also Consider Any Comments Or SuggestionsThat LONG PG

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"BORN WSERS'Sun. {
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Mitchell Brown Wants To Be Your Commissioner Your Property Appraiser
Mon. Tues {;

When You Elect Him Sept. 7, He'll Prove This To You, By Being Lynda Carter In

The Kind Of County Commissioner That The Citizens Of Your Property Approiser's Office is the hub of the county's financial structure. In my 24 yearsof

service to you and with cooperation of your taxing authorities, this county has never
This County Deserve. been in financial distress nor been accused by big county legislators of not fulfilling our
fiscal responsibility.


Vote For The Man That Has Your Furthermore, it has been brought to my attention that I am now eligible for state retirement.

THIS IS NOT TRUE. At the end of the present term, I will need 4 years and 8 months to have e
the required state and county time of 35 years to be eligible for retirement.
Interest At Heart.

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High's six grey- drilling the players in
shorted,white-shirted football recognition and conditioninguntil r
coaches sit in the field house body contact drills begin 10W30 Iii DRi LAWNMOWER
after daily practice thinking next week.
of ways to add to the trophiesthat "We're pretty much pleased Towels
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test will come with full pad Keith Carter and Jay 'QUAKER' LIMIT 8 QTS.
workouts. Each coach Godwin, defensive tackle, Roll '
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The 1976-77 Tornadoes lost drills have been concentrating BRAZIERGRILL
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head coach David Hurse said. footwork, and technique. He .
Dennis Brown, defensive said Essau Bright and Charles /+
tackle, Charles Reams, Revel were trying out for the
offensive tackle, and Jackson monster position, and free m c-i mac
Prevatt,split end, all droppedout safety try-outs were David
because of personal Carter and Kenny Aycox.
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the whole we are satisfied, that he was optimistic about
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Jarnov, a newcomer to the from graduation and those
Tornado coaching staff. that have retired. We feel we #13-682 Unit #13/857
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Jarnov listed Steve Earnest potential," Nurse said. 4ISOt.
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Jeffrey Jockel and Chuck receivers will be above
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Jarnov said one of the Prevatt is back for his third 99*
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will be the ability of men improved," he continued.The Now 69'
playing tackle or guard to pre-season jamboree is
switch to either position incase set for September 3 with the
of an injury. Try-outs in regular season beginning 4AIDUAND.
those positions include September 10 in an away m rstrvniM'ki or***
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"Within YoUr Means Now, Peace' Of Mind Always"PRE "
CHURCH ACTIVITIES lene Norman and sons spent LAWTEY their cousins Mr. and Mrs. visited Miss Enza Blanchardat I
Church of God: Sunday Monday and Tuesday at Lea McClellan. Baker County Nursing ARRANGED
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser Busch Gardens Tampa. By Elizabeth Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Lock- Home Sunday afternoon.
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Friends of D.W. Shinn Terry hart of Jacksonville spent a While In Macclenny they also FUNERALSSome
Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: few days with Mr. and Mrs. visited their cousin Carr
regret to learn that he is a Mrs. Ola. Starling Mrs. Flossie Rosier.
p.m and YPE Friday at 7:30: patient in a hospital overseas. and mother brother-in-law and sister Mrs. Pierce Crews and Mr. Donald Wilkison, Colley. and people prefer to make funeral arrangement
Mr. and Mrs. James
p.m. Our prayers are with him and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Norman and Mrs. Waldo Pringle of Mrs. Onie Thornton of Glenda of Folkston, Ga. In advance, when a person has definite
Evergreen Baptist: Sunday his family. last Saturday Worthington Springs Auburndale spent a few days And he the wants
I and Rhonda spent spent visited Mrs. Bill Dobbs and preference or same assurance -
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser Earl Denmark and son of Wednesday with their with her sister Mrs. Pierce .
aunt
Ichetucknee Springs.
vices 11 and at Mrs. Wayne Gustafson duringthe that these wIshes be followed. This approach
I a.m. 7:30: p.m Jacksonville of Mrs. Emma Crews.
were guests enjoyed bathing and Dejongh of !Maxville. -
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at his mother Mrs. Lois Carter, They cooked there. Franklin Camp and his two week. I Is best. Tj
I 8 Faith and other relatives Sunday. James supper Ronald (Ronnie) Henry McCulley of Athens sisters Misses Dot Fedack, of Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs. Casey visited Dobbsof their With the rising cost of everything, a prearranged -'''
Baptist Church: Mrs. J.B. Bradley and son Chamberlin a graduate of Tenn spent the weekend with Starke and Nell Mosingo of Mr. and Mrs. Arlie funeral will not cost any more than '.
I Starke Radio Program over WPXE Corky Mrs. C.R. Crews and Bradford High School Starke his brother and sister-in-law. St. Stevens, S.C. visited their Dobbs parents, Sunday afternoon. today's prices, only the Interest on the preor--:::.,
8 a.m. Sunday Bible Mr home town of Cottonwood
Mrs. Gladys Shephard and enlisted in the Navy Jan. 29. and Mrs. Ben McCulleyand
Mr.and Mrs.Charles Dobbs Come In and talk to us about this. "&
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser David Ala. over the weekend. rangement. :
son. spent the day He went into Boot Camp July David. Other guests was
and of Jacksonvillewere
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Tuesday at Six Gun Territoryat 29 at Orlando for nine weeks their uncle and aunt Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. O.B. Wigginsof family Sunday dinner guests of I'm sure there are many question to be asked.,>);
Prayer Meeting Wednesday Ocala. basic training. Mrs. Ernest Grider of Starke, Jacksonville were Sunday and'' oii.o
7:30: p.m. Bible Study. Glenann Crews and motherof Tommy Godwin and Mr. Sunday.Mr. dinner guests of their parents their grandparents, Mr. Archer Funeral Home
Mrs. Arlie Dobbs.
Grace United Methodist Mr. and Mrs. Bennett |
: Wauchula and Mrs. June and Mrs. Buddy Olson of and Mrs. Roger Wilki
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eng-
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Wore Crews and daughter, Joan of Gainesville were Sunday Edwards of Jacksonvillespent son, Sr.Mrs DOYLE M. ARCHER. L.F.D.n
lish of Atlanta Ga. spent the .
ship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: Iva McKinney of
Starke afternoon
spent Friday Saturday afternoon with 301 S. Starke Fla. !
weekend with their brother H
p.m. Prayer Circle will be with Mrs. C.R. Crews. fives. their parents Mr. and Mrs Starke spent Sunday after.
observed every Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Jim Petersonof Eunice.Mr. Bennett L. Wilkison Sr. noon with her cousins, Mrs. and sister-in-law Mr. and 964-5757 *tl
Mrs. Robert E. Lee.
Sunday
morning at 8 a.m. at the Starke were Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Brooksey Onie Thornton and Mrs. ,,
and Mrs. J.R. Jones of they visited their brother and Volunt.er Ambulance Funerals Monuments !
church. Choir Practice 7 Pierce Crews. f.
p.m. afternoon guests of Mr. and Futch of Lakeland
were
and United MYF 8 p.m. at the Mrs. Harold Eunice. weekend Columbia with S.C their spent mother the Thursday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly Byruss sister-in-law Lee,of Mr.Jacksonville.and Mrs. I.! "Our Goal Is To Be Worthy Of Your Confidence" f''
church on Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shuford
Highland Baptist: Sunday and family,MissJoy Redding
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- and Mrs. Hester Hicks went to
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. visit Mrs. Hick's soninlawand
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
7:30: p.m.Laura. Floyd Martin of South Day-
Baptist Church: tona Beach. The Shufords and ;
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Worship Miss Redding returned home WE WANT
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: Sunday but Mrs. Hicks spent ftj
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednes- the week. The Martins
day at 7:30: p.m. brought Mrs. Hicks home and
Northside Baptist: Sunday spent the weekend.
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Mrs. Elsie Norman and FAIR YOU TO
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. grandchildren Jim Kenneth
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at and Kevin Norman spent the
7:30 p.m. day Tuesday August 3, with @
her aunt Mrs. Lillie Boree
PERSONALS: and cousins Mr. and Mrs. SUPERMARKETS '
Bill Johnson of Jacksonville Levi Boree of Middleburg.Mrs. Clip The Valuable 40*. OFF 341 OFF ;
Terry Futch of Jackson- Carl Norman and Mrs. _
ville Beach and Ralph Futchof Leonard Norman were hostesses in this Ad & i e
Black Mountain N.C. were for a party for Dale on Coupons LIPTON 100 COUNT III CHARMIN 4 ROLL PAK
Monday evening dinner guestsof his 7th Birthday. There !
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The family of Mn. Mamie Hope Baptist Church. -a-' ..

J.Bellamy acknowledges with Revival Rev. LAV.will Mosely start, pastor. News St.John Missionary Baptist Sunday services will begin

:; kind deep expressions appreciation of your many night, August 20, and Monday run Church Rev. Willie Huffman, with Sunday School at 10 a.m.
sympathy through September - pastor. Service activities as Morning Worship at 11 a.m.
during our 3, after III
: ment. May recent bereave. the fifth Sunday with Rev. asked to please be follows: Weekly services Evening Worship at S p.m.
Cod
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-The Ellerson bless you all Henderson Hudson preaching The First Born Church of By Elisabeth (:iv... Walker day services began with Sun began with the Prayer Band Mt. Zion AME Church.Rev.
: Family nightly The meeting Monday at noon. Richard Bethel, pastor. Service .I
day
By Mrs. Marion Dell through Friday night. Living God. Elder S.V. School at 10 a.m. All Wednesday at 5 .
The public is 1 invited to attend. Cohens, pastor. Weekly ship at 11 members are asked to attend p.m. Prayer schedule as follows:
::1 Choir a.m. At 3 p.m. All ship at 7 Visitors Meeting and Prayer Meeting Sunday services will
rehearsal schedule p.m. the begin
will are
be follows Fellowship
as Hour
CHURCH held : Tuesday members at 3
NEWS are asked to p.m. combine held
attend always welcome. was Thursday with
August 21. All members are night 7:45: Prayer Service. the at Mt. Pisgah. Sunday School at 10 a.m.
Friday night at 7:45: The Fellowship Hour. Mt. Pisgah AME Church, Mt. Moriah services at 5 p.m. Choir rehearsal. Morning Worship at 11 a.m.
Tarrying Church of God began
In Sunday services will
Christ Rev. There
John Farmer begin will be business
Services. meet
Sunday services will Elder D.R. Williams, pastor. Tuesday night with Prayer with Sunday School at
SELECT pastor. Service activity 10 a.m. ing immediately after
i DONNA start with Sunday School at Services will be terminated Sunday as follows: Meeting at 7 p.m. Choir Morning Worship at 11 ing morn
services a.m. worship. Afternoon
10:30 will service -
: a.m. Morning begin rehearsal at
Worship until Sunday night t at 7:30. The with 7:30.: Sunday Evening Worship at 3
at 11:30. Sunday School at 10 School p.m. at 4 p.m.Greater .
: YPCW at 6 State Conflcation a.m. will conclude services
p.m. is in The Visitors are welcome.
FAXON Evening pro- Fellowship Hour will be for the Bethlehem Free.
Worship at 7:45.: Visi in day. All members
gress Jacksonville held are New Bethel and
Monday at 3 Ebenezer will
The Baptist
tors are always welcome. p.m. public is asked to attend the Church Rev.
August 16-August 22. The invited. Fellowship Baptist Churches Rev. L.R.
Jasper Williams,
pastor. Service
t Greater Hour -
Democrat Allen Chapel AME will be at 3 p.m. Davis,
for State message delivered by Pleasant Grove pastor. Prayer Meet- activities
Church, and as follows
Senate Rev. R.G. Mt. The True :
Heastie, Elder D.R. Williams. Moriah Church of God In ing and Bible each Wednesday
United Study Weekly services
Church began with
I District 5 follows pastor. :Service Weekly activity as Antioch Missionary Baptist Rev. Willie Stitt, pastor.Parish Service Unity. Elder Service Sampson White, at 7:30.: All membersare the Tiny Tots rehearsing Mon
Monday services Church Rev. Dennis Strong, activities as follows follows pastor. activities as invited to attend the Fellowship day night, along the Usher
night the : : Prayer
Paid Political Advertisement rehearsed. Tiny Tots pastor. Service schedule as Weekly services began Mon- held each Meeting is Hour at Mt. Pisgah at Board No. 2. at 7:30.: Each
by John Ptad for Prayer Meeting Tuesday and night Class each follows: Thursday night of day night with the Young 7:30.: Wednesday Tuesday night at 3 p.m. Evening service at 4:30: Tuesday night Prayer Meet .
Adams Treasurer week Prayer Meeting at Adult night Tarry- ing at
Choir 7:30.
:
P.O. Box meeting was held. rehearsing at ing Service at p.m.Ebenezer Wednesday night
I Wednesday 7:30.: Sunday 7:30.: Friday
411, Gainesville services will 7:30.: Tuesday night the Baptist Church Senior Choir rehearsal.
FL night Young Adult Young night Bible
32602 Choir Study.
begin with
rehearsal Sunday School at 10 Junior Choir rehearses at Sunday services weekly services began Tuesday Thursday night Story Hour at
12997 was held. Sunday 7 will begin at 10 I
services a.m. Morning a.m. with
will Worship at 11 p.m. Wednesday night Prayer night at 8 p.m. with Bible the church. The Ladies Circle
FL Sunday
begin with School.
Sunday a.m. The Choir Morning Worship
Union Study. ,
will be Meeting. Thursday night at 7:30: will meet Thursday
School Thursday night at
at night at
9:45. 11
: Morning Wor- held at 3 a.m. Evening Wor-
p.m. Evening Wor Prayer .. Prayer Meeting. Sunday the home
Meeting at sin m Sun. .chin at An. services of Mrs. James i
will be concluded with Prince. The Prayer Band will
Sunday School at 10 a.m. All also meet at the home of Mrs.
ABOUT OURSMILES. members are asked to attend James Prince. Friday the
the Fellowship Hour at Mt. Junior Choir will meet at 6
FOOD Pisgah. Notice! Founders Day p.m. Dinners will be sold from
will be observed at Ebenezerall the church kitchen Saturday. f
day September 5. Sunday services will begin
IT SOMETIMES SEEMS THAT PEOPLE ARE SO BUSY Notice! The fifth Sunday with Sunday School at 9:30: :
THESE DAYS THEY DONT HAVE TIME TO BE FRIENDLY.NO Union will be held at Bethel Morning Worship at 11 a.m.
ONE SEEMS TO HAVE TIME FOR A CHEERFUL WORD Sunday, August 29, the public Dinner will be served at 12:30.: t
ANY MORE. WHERE HAVE ALL THE.SMILES GONE? FA I RSUPERMARKETS is invited. Evening Worship 6 p.m. The
Macedonia Freewill Baptist public is alway welcome.
WE CANT ANSWER THAT QUESTION BUT THERE ARE Church Rev.J.N. Butler,pas The Bradford County I
SOME THINGS WE! CAN DO. WE CAN SAY GOOD DAY" tor. Service activities as Branch of the NAACP will I
AND MEAN IT. WE CAN HELP YOU FIND AN ITEM @ follows: Weekly services meet at New Bethel Baptist
THAT YOU'RE LOOKING FOR OR SEE TO IT THAT began with Prayer Meeting Church Monday, August 23, at
20* OFF YOU GET EXACTLY THE CUT OF MEAT YOU WANT. and Bible Class Wednesday '8 p.m. All interested citizens
AND WE CAN SMILE BECAUSE WE KNOW THAT ONE night. Prayer meeting Thurs- 'and members are invited to
BIO HAPPY SMILE CAN MAKE A WHOLE DAY LOVELIER. we are pleased, to accept' day night In each week in attend.The help of everyone is
rotation in each church i needed.
i I. ANY SIZE I. SOMETIMES OUR PEOPLE GET TIRED AND FEELING FOOD STAMP
OUT-OF-SORTS-JUST LIKE YOU DO. SOMETIMESDOZEN m
I ONE OF OUR PEOPLE MAY FORGET TO SMILE AT YOU. COUPONS 6 Landowners RecognizedFor
EGGS IF THAT HAPPENS. DO US A FAVOR: SMILE AT THEM 11
FIRST, THEY PROBABLY NEED IT. Tree Farmine

I L S fSS EACH. !1,.aQ'a': '*R8BBJ I
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A LITTLE e Six Bradford '
u : SMILE GOES A LONG WAY County landowners Landowners interested in

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were recently having their
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,
h". or certified for membership in inspected for possible
> z.
,
<
) the American Tree Farm certification, at no charge,

Bargains in Meat V' u ITtMS MO MCI soon MO MML,..THOU System.Timberlands approved for State should Tree contact Farm James Chairman Grimes,
tO,MM.M,tT*QUANTITY soar MMRVIIX certification in the American Florida Forestery
Tree Fram System are those Association, P. O. Box 1696 i
... .. owned by: Roland T. Stern, Tallahassee Florida,
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COMPARE COMPAREs Charles A.
ucv urro 10...K r' MW' Baldree. J. K. 1
Discount Smith all of Starke 1I
Mitinimimuiii err w..In' Super ; and M. O. I
California Steak ai st -" ? / "" 3/98/ 1/ Harrell,William Harrell, both Bayless 4IiMeeting :
Juice of Brooker; and Stephen
WlMI S
New York Strip Steak 1 BONELESS BEEFBOTTOM iignal Roll Sausage 79eUS 20' Frank Gillmore, a forester
MMM M.HUNK Mtl an'"''" with Allied Timber Company, Young between
people
19 ROUNDROAST the
of! LambPuper oil 1 *- rwmmtiiuiM inspected the taxpaying forest I
leg > rulrr Beef *2" ages of seven and 17 residing
Burgers lands for
membership in the in the Bayless Highway area
aMNIINYtNlltaN1 statewide Tree Farm and interested
Discount'fjj _EvcryDayLowPriceLOTS 11yf Sliced Beef Liver k,59cMiniNUii fC Florida program Forestry, co-sponsored Association.by the local 4-H chapter in are forming invited a
rnvfii tint UN ru to attend an organizational
American CheeseBS'; I! 98 d "' Executive According to Association meeting at the home of Mr.

CENTER CUT BEEF GOVTINSPECTED OFCHICKEN M"i IM i ii ru .William Carroll Vice-Presient and Mrs. Lloyd Douglas on
the
Lamb six
i : : : Fried Fish Sticks $149 40 Bradford County foresters will p.m.Monday, August 23, at 7-30 I.
SIRLOINSTEAKS CORN FED L.B be- awarded the green and
) white Tree Farm sign for
2% Low Fat or display on their lands. Each The Douglas residence is .I
FR E5HfL0I11DAoN' CCOMQIA 3UIG QUARTERS WITH BACKS HOMOGENIZED will also receive a certificate located on SR-100 detailed
GRAnFRYERS/ y BREAST QUARTERS WITH BACKS signifying that his forest lands instructions to the Douglas' I
3 WINGS 3 NECKS 3 GlfttET HUGS. are home may be obtained
being managed to assure by .
/ : FRESH MILK environmental benefits as telephoning 9648108.
U.S GOVT. well as providing a supply of I Ij
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of a controversial ,,1io.
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a .. $
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for Union County N't.P-- '"' SUPERB 300 CT. FILLER OR THERMOS
Droggers in the ( TV CHARACTERS
ordered 1 SPRAY ULTRA 200 CT. TYPING PICTURED ON KIT
PAPER A
$101.99 in survey MPALIXMIT LUNCH KIT AND BOTTLE

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88
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ditches determined the two the LIMIT'

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October argument to LIMIT SIX 1'/ INCH RINGSCANVAS

men. At a special BINDER
the Lake Butler POCKETS AND
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October 22 3 RING BINDER IN
Thomas of having FASTENERS. REG. 35cpii ASSORTED COLORS,
on private property


equipment employees The property, on p1' DIET -. '" ; ,
M1tIMX R
Street near Seventh hy1. % I( I R88 i
Lake Butler, in 99
Thomas'son, $ 12 9
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subject I ) JSTX IP HI l 229
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the streets
council to have 12 ounce cant, LIMIT TWO
city ABSORBED
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propertyAt the meeting ---- MOUTH 88
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countered that MEN's&LADIES' r :, =1 JAR .
was located IJ : '
have limits the and area the 24's FAMOUS NAMEWATCHES I I [IfI.J; r 1 I {; REG. 29

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property lo bo KM REG 2688 % :
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ment patrol car I SEE THE BIG COLOR PICTURE, WIDE MOUTH
SHADE I DEVELOP RIGHT 60 SHEET
getaway FOR EASY / WIREBOUND FOLDER W/POCKETS
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burglary and was PREVENTATIVE APRICOTl 1 29
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through a day
about 2:3: ( p.m. LIMIT LePAGES REG
away in ONE 37 EA 2 ;
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left the keys in
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on foot into the II' LOTION MEN'S DACRON
GILLETTE TRAVELTAINERityrotaam
was spotted 5pm : \ POWER MOWER
(,'olumbia County 1002 BOTTLE SENTRY IV DOG & I 3Vi H P BRIGGS STRATTON WALK SHORTS with
\ carbine and LIMIT ONE SUPER I vmylwvered
lound Tuesday '139 88 metal handle
CAT FLEA COLLAR YOUR CHOICE
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said CRICKET _-_- KILLS FLEAS ENGINEIREOG 88 OF SOLIDSOR FANCIES '
sacked the trunk
FOR 4 MOS
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I 3rd Union Political Rally Set Tonight In Worthington SpringsUnion l



County political can- series of community rallies resigning, quitting! the campaign On the job offer Driggerssaid last among Florida counties In without opposition for reelection didates vying for state senator
didates take their campaigns; sponsored by the county's or being fired," Hen- he did mention something learning achievements. also appeared before from District 5, which )
to voters in the Worthington Democratic Committee, with dricks stated, his voice boom about a possible federal grantfor Incumbent school board those attending the Providence includes Union and Bradford
Springs area tonight (Thurs- strong criticism of at least one ing out over the crowd the funding of a law member from District 4, Ray rally to thank voters for Counties. Running for state
day. Aug. 19)) in the third of a incumbent office holder gathered under threateningskies enforcement administrative Crawford, who is seeking a returning to office for another senator from District 5 are 'o' ,
expected. through public address assistant position within his third term, told the audiencethat term. Running unopposed are former Starke resident Donna mi02
Bryant Hendricks, challenging loud speakers atop the Providence office. However, he said he he is opposed to millage Sheriff John Whitehead Faxon, Jack McGriff, who Illitn'.I'JI.
incumbent Robert Community Center. planned to give the position to Increases for the schools. He County Judge A.L. Driggers, was represented by his wife; .+
Driggers for the clerk of the Hendricks also noted as a woman currently employedin is challenged in his bid for reelection Tax Collector Josephine Addison Terry Putnam, Pete Skinner
circuit court post, unleashedan political pressure, that he was the clerk's office, but not at by R.D. Lawrence, District 2 School Board and Harold E. Walker.
attack on his opponent, offered a job in the clerk's the $17,000 per year salary and Mrs. Penny Shea ling. Member Morris Dobbs and The Union County Volunteerfire
charging political pressure office if he would withdraw Hendricks mentioned from In the school board District Property Appraiser Wilfred department sponsored a r' 4I 1'{ 'I'
+Ji and questioning Driggers' from the 1976 campaign. the platform at the Providence 1 race, incumbent Ressie Croft, whose son Bill spoke on chicken dinner at the Provi- ., S =
"honesty and integrity," at Reading from a letter dated rally. He said the Griffis told the crowd that he his behalf. dence rally, and sold out of iii
last week's rally in Provi- September 13, 1l67, written by $17,000 represented the total would work to "save the Also addressing the Provi- dinners prior to the start of the J 41trU i
dence. Hendricks promised. Driggers to county commis- amount of the rant. maximum amount of dollars, dence rally were the five can- political speeches. Challenger Hendricks IOIC
more criticism tonight. sioners, the county attorneyand Driggers continue his and still have a school system and'C1'Z
Hendricks, a Union County the county architect con- explanation of the job offer second to none." His oppo- l;;
farmer, told the crowd of cerning a meeting called to saying that If Hendricks nent, Nathan Trowell said it Jack McGriff Seeks State Senate Seat 1,1
some 300 persons attending discuss a grant for construction wanted to be clerk he should may take more funding to
the Providence rally that his of the Union County Gen- become familiar with the make the schools better, but Jack McGriff of Gainesvilleis government are the main reasons finance to get the most for tax 'u'iyL'
unsuccessful campaign for theclerk's eral Hospital, Hendricks operations of the office, and asked the audience to "put our seeking the District 5 State why he decided to run for dollars. iJ'b,: I..
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post four years ago leveled charges against the that he (Driggers) would not children first." Senate Seat being vacated by office. -A continuity of vital governmental 'j .,.,,, f I
began with his being fired "honesty and integrity" of the seek re-election in 1980, as he The Union County commis- Senator Bob Saunders. "I guess what I most have services in the district ,)tm:
from a job with the Florida veteran clerk,who has servedfor would be eligible for retire- sioner race in District 5 has McGriff states that he feelsit enjoyed is the success of solving including IFA's, Agri.yb:
Hydrocarbons Company of 24 years, noting that Drig-- ment at that time. drawn four hopefuls, all vying is imperative that the area problems for people and culture education, corrections ,. Incumbent Driggers Brooker. gers had requested letter Other candidates address- for the seat vacated by C.M. of North Florida receive helping them get through the mental health and both rrr.
".1...was..._ Riven the choice.. of recipients to tell no one of the ing the Providence rally Crews, who is not seeking re effective and responsive! lea- maze that sometimes seemsto the University of Florida and "t:J'.,
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meeting because they did not crowd, many of whom stood election. Candidates in the dership in the legislative pro- exist in government." the community colleges. IJ'.Tax .'>>' .
want the press or citizen delegations throughout the entire pro- District 5 race are Blair Har- gress. The 16-county District 5 McGriff feels he can best -. reform seeking ;(!;, 'T
present. gram which lasted just over rison, Tom Jenkins, Royce includes the Kingsley Lake merge the agricultural, business property tax equity in assessu! I
Drlggerr, contacted Friday two hours while others in the Shaw and Harlis Ellington.In and Keystone Heights areas of professional, educationand ments and public school fin- {j1&!.
4 i by the Telegraph, said he felt audience found convenientseats the district 3 county com- Clay County as well as Brad- public services needs of ance. n>ifP
it would not be "expedient" to on cars and trucks sur mission race incumbent ford and Union Counties his 16 county district than his --Elimination of red tape iq ;wand
I make a rebuttal to Hendricks rounding the speakers' in a David E. "Skip" Woodingtonis "At the urging of many opponents. He is facing oppo- bureaucracy, especially '-,;t>
"accusations" by way of the wide arch, included a trio of challenged by Henry Doug- people, in and out of public sition from Terry Putnal, Pete in the areas where deregulae: !:> -_
press at this point. political hopefuls vying to las and Sidney Todd. office, I seek this office at a Skinner, Donna Faxon and tion by state agencies would rl'. t T''
I "It's the silly season," DrlgI become Union County's Incumbent Paul Riherd is crucial time when public con- Harold Walker. assist free enterprise and getting -:-'+l 1
I I gers said, adding, "I thought Superintendent of Schools. challenged by Sam Johns in fidence in government may be Some of the issues McGriff's new jobs. .Mir
we'd evolved above that typeof Incumbent school his bid for re-election to the at an all time low," said campaign will be based on Improvements, increases :"yob> ,
I campaigning, to a point superintendent Jimmy Cason, District 1 county commissioner McGriff. includes: and advances in the availabil- -',''iJ' "
where a man ran on his who has held the office for the seat.Supervisor. His many years as a coach -Listening to the public. He ity of medical and health services ',I1oo
I record, qualifications and past 12 years, is opposed in his of ElectionsMrs. and teacher, a businessman, to have regular office in rural areas. . past accomplishments." bid for re-election by W.A. Lottie Lee Archer is his contact with legislativeand hours in each county of the -Seeking more effective -VI. : ,
However, Driggers did "Billy" McGill and Mrs opposed in her bid for re-elec- executive government district. ways to bridge the gap citizens .wit:
I respond to questions concerning Marie Woodley. tion by !Mrs. Mary Hendricks. leaders and his commitmentto -Using his experience in have between the levels ,*" I
the statements made by Cason told the crowd of the County candidates running quality and efficiency in educational and public of government and the variety ."'
Hendricks during last week's accomplishments of his administration of service offered "\ '".' I
Providence rally. and pointed out "I believe holding a public '" ,
On the 1967 letter, Driggerssaid that the county's schools were Brooker Tightening Down On Water Bill CollectionsProblems office is more than a lot of .','"'
'S., tI he was merely relayingthe safe, with no incidents or dis hand shaking and glib promises ''
request of Art Forehand turbances. with water bill changing the name. The bill Gainesville to an extend water I will not make a pro- '**.
who was to address the McGill, a veteran teacher collections topped the agendaat would then accumulate line to Fred McDavid's farmin mise I do not feel I can't '.."..
gathering on the availabilityof with 20 years experience, saida Brooker Town Council's against the contractor until Brooker.A honestly keep, nor will I, in a/",,
federal grant monies to priority item in his administration regular meeting August 12, the water is cut off, angering special meeting was any fashion either abuse the '' .' /
W fund construction of the new if he is elected, will bea and members voted to have the residents of the new house. called for August 19 at 7:30: powers of this office, or seek
hospital in asking that the return by the students to the water meters read earlier in p.m. to begin work on the personal gain," stated '.
press not be present. He said basic skills areas. the month in an effort to The council agreed to begin town's 1976-77 budget. McGriff. '. "
numerous public meetingswere Mrs. Woodley outlined her forestall unpaid Bills. charging a water deposit to ,
held on new hospital con for office, will be read ": V
qualifications Meters! now contractors when water is
struction. including 21 years of teaching between the 17th and 19th of turned on, providing money to Six Trials Set September i ;;:;. [I' I
Driggers, responding to experience in Union County each month rather than the pay delinquent bills in the
questions concerning the fir- schools and called for an 25th day so that bills may be future.In Six persons are scheduled to charged with unlawful possession iJ
ing of Hendricks from his efficient school system prepared and sent by the first October -after of cannibas. codeine andparaphernaliaalsosubmilted ..
A portion of the crowd responds! to a candidate's speech during position with Florida Hydro- through the cooperation of few days of the next month. arraignment Monday before '' .J
last! Thursday's political rally in Providence Some 300 persons carbons four years ago, said, parents, teachers and school The council resolved to other action, the council Judge Benjamin M. Tench in a written plea of not guilty and '
old and young alike, braved threatening weather condi- "They're a big company, and administrators. She termedthe enforce an existing ordinance voted to have specificationsfor Circuit Court.Alexander his case was set for an October \
tions to attend the event sponsored by the Union County Democratic certainly not going to listen to present system "waste stating that water service a bid to be prepared by Benitez pleadednot trial.William. ,
Committee. Public office seekers! will address a similar a small county circuit court ful" and cited studies which would be stopped to customerswho Preference Contractors of guilty to possession of Lee Taylor. .(
gathering tonight in Worthington Springs.! clerk." show Union County is next to had bills more than 30 more than five grams of charged with stealing a van
days delinquent.The cannibas and his case was set and escaping from the Lautey
problem came to the City Zoning Bd. for trial; James Koedatick Community Vocational Cen- ,, ,
attention of the council after pleaded not guilty to one countof ter, was sentenced to time .-.&
Clerk Linda Robinson pointedout introduction of contrabandinto served. '>nu ,N
To
!Meet 7 ,
that some renters had Sept. a state prison and one Ronald Roger Bruneuu ,113 "
moved and not notified the count of delivery of cannibas; previously charged with one !'ij* w
plt city to turn off the water. New Regular monthly meeting of and his case was also set for count of kidnapping and one (
5 renters would then move in the Zoning Board of the City of trial. count of aggravated assault ''I.*
and use water that was being Starke will be held at 5 p.m, James Howard Norman had two additional charges II.H* .j
.billed to the previous Tuesday Sept. 7, the day after submitted a written plea of not added on: aggravated battery list
.sal
*Et! eM + e u customer, who could not be Labor Day. guilty to a charge of buying, and possession of a deadly .ut* 7
found to be billed. receiving and-or aiding in the weapon' by a state prisoner cn
Also, contractors who built Labor Day falls on Monday, concealment of stolen He entered a plea of not guilty *
houses would have water Sept. 6. The meeting is being property. The property to all the charges and was t..." I
turned on in their name, and moved back one day to avoid involved was a gun. His trial given an October trial date. "0
would leave when the house the holiday, according to was set for October 4. Ernest Spry charged with '<*. I
was occupied without Board Chairman Al Crosby. Frank Eugene Jones, two counts of aggravated *..>
battery and possession of a -' '
deadly weapon followed an >I" '
4 alleged attacking of a fellow ;J'J
prisoner with a homemade :' :
\ knife pleaded not guilty to all '
\ the charges. His trial will be in ,"!"
'."..
QO October
RALLY .
l William Lewis Henderson *
.' /), ,: charged with breaking and ''""
/ t Nnyu. "
entering with intent to commit .
,,"
f
a felony was fined $250 and

i. v'. t 7:00: P.M. SAT. AUGUST 28 after given entering three years'a guilty probation plea /''q I'

/ ass William C O'Brien, charged /
a with possession of a controlled ,'"
FOOTBALL STADIUM, STARKE substance (cannibas), elected :,"
to represent himself. Judge .
told O'Brien that he ''
Tench .
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FRIENDS OF CONGRESSMAN All Democratic Candidates Invited To Speak was appointing assistant pu b- ,.'
lie defender Kick Parker as ;
State, District and Local standby counsel for purposes ''',.
of advisement. !

Pre-Rally Supper Served by Woman's Club of Starke ,t.,
'" '
There's no point in ;
Sponsored By burying a hatchet if >ou're ,:,j:
DON FUQUAINVITE going to put up a marker on
Bradford County Democratic Executive Committee 8/i9S/ the site. "
-Sydney J. Harris. Field

Newspaper Syndicate ;''"..



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Skullduggery 'Dirty Tricks'Politics

Rep.Frank Williams
Has Wrong Info.

Streak9 was occupying the interest was manifested in the It was further reported that yet of two evils we are to Dear Sir:

minds of the citizens of recommendation. Again, the "A County Convention elect choose the lesser. I don't particularly care
Bradford Couty in the opposing forces of Starke and delegates the State "The delegation of the about seeing my name In the
summer of 1898, Just as it is Lake Butler were arrayed Convention to be held at sovereign will) of the'people paper but I would Just like to
Union County School Board Member Expenditures before final budget today. But there were against each other, and some Orlando August 3rd, and the into the hands-of a few men l is know what's with Frank
Pam Thomas last week refused to vote approval could be made contingent upon differences, since the old sharp politics brought into Congressional Convention to always fraught with Williams.

for pay increases for administrative and final action on the budget. In both Bradford convention system of play." be held at Deland July 20th, possibilities of fraud and First of all he received

non-instructional personnel until she and Union counties pay raises have nominating candidates for the The names presented to the was called to meet at the corruption the more remote information when he
parties was still in use, committee for courthouse on July 13th of from state
of the been okayed without contingency before Supervisor of the delegation power there was"no programon
sees a new budget.
efforts
under
copy although
were Bradford County being the
Registration the
were T A. the people, greater alcoholism in the prison
either board has seen its budget propo- way to change to the primary Knight supposed to represent entitled to representation as possibility of the will of the system." Here at UCI (Union
Though the modest pay raises were sal. election system as a better Starke and E.J. Ward, for the follows: in the State people being defeated and Correctional Institution) they

approved 3-1 over Mrs. Thomas' lone way of selecting party Lake Butler contingent. Convention, six delegates. In controlled by cliques and have a program. Down at

dissent we heartily approve of the stubborn The Bradford school board will be nominees.The A vote was taken and the Congressional Convention combinations."The Cross City they have a

streak shown by Union County'slady County Democratic resulted in: Knight 4, Ward 3. seven delegates. Primary plan leave program. '
asked tonight (Thursday, Aug. 19)) to Executive Committee met at
school board member. Would you There being only eight Primary DebatedAn the power of a free ballot in
in Starke
vote for raises to be in approve a $6-million-plus budget for the courthouse members present, the the hands of the people who Having a rehabilitation
pay a budgetyou'd 197677. No work sessions have been during the latter part of June chairman insisted upon editorial in the Advocateat alone are responsible for its program is one thing making

never seen? held on the budget. Upon presentationof 1898 for what is described in casting his vote!' for Mr. Ward, that time argued as followsin proper use. According as the It work is something else
newspaper accounts as a making a tie The committee favor of a change to the again. What incentive does a
themselves regard or
Mrs. Thomas was exhibiting an independence the huge spending bill, board mem- "warm" session.All people
decided that the chairman, primary system: disregard their obligations asdtizensi man have if after he learns a
of thought so rarely seen in bers will be given a chance to look it
members, except E. P. not representing any district so will the of trade that will enable him to
school board members in Bradford or over and make changes but the school Ward, of Pine Hill were and there being no tie, was not determined"It has not yet been lot be properly power or go back to the outside world If

Union counties. So many times membersof staff wants approval for advertising present,with Chairman Hill in entitled to a vote and his vote Bradford whether' Improperly used. the Parole Commission won't

either board are likely to go along tonight. the chair,and G. W. Alderman was not allowed. Primary County election will hold or a "A fundamental principleof release him?

with the superintendent's recommendation. Secretary. The meeting" was "Mr. Knight was Convention to elect delegatesto Democracy is the rule of a I don't know where he

Often it is a blind following in whichno Hasty action on a budget for which the held "with for closed the doors, and of recommended by the majority the State and Congressional majority, and we believe that (Williams) gets his statisticson

is made to think independ- school board has final and ultimate was purpose for appointment as Supervisor Conventions, and to nominate the Primary plan is a nearer convictions. The very fact
attempt
recommending a Supervisorof of ReKistration. There bea
may county officers at the approach to the Democraticidea that every state correctional
ently or to question.It responsibility would be most unwise. Registration to the contest by the minority approaching elections. and if properly institution in the State of
There is such a thing as having confi-- Governor for appointment.Since claiming a tie,"according to's' conducted under existing Florida, including county

should be added that the superintendent's dence in your staff, but such a request of this office "is report of the meeting in the "While it Is true that there laws, as has been shown jails are all over crowded

recommendations are usuallyin the board is less than reasonable. supposed to have considerable Florida Semi-Weekly are objections to both where it has been adopted contradicts his statement.As .

the best interest of the school system. effect on the forthcoming Advocate, a Starke newspaperof Primaries and Conventions will give more generalsatisfaction for the people who think

But the practice one tires of seeing is the courthouse election, unusual that time. which cannot be overcome, to the public about "the interest of the
board's automatic approval without Suppose the Bradford board can find a generally. inmates" isn't that why they

question. little of Mrs. Thomas' stubbornness? ._--- --- --_.. ._._._---,-,--- --- are employed? I believe the
*W term is"correctional "
officer.
B There were a few

I A Good QuestionNow 10UII' IAISI IIIIIII] County Republicans, even around in those Bradford days, correct If they the are inmates not ,(who here were) to

but they were evidently they hired to correct? And if
"segregated." according to they do not take an interest in
the following notice appearingin the inmate how can they do
that the City has experienced"the ground of millionnaires from all over the AT STARKE FLA. SATURDAY the Sept. 15, 1898 issue of he their job effectively?

sweet smell of success" in its new world. Anyone with a Palm Beach Advocate: He stated that
"rapists and
get-tough policy with owners of address should be able to keep his (or SEPTEMBER 18, 1886. WHITE REPUBLICAN murderers" are being sent to

neglected properties it is hoped that it her) property in a respectable condition, CONVENTIONA state universities. Mr.

will continue its efforts along this line no matter where located, and the City @l1 MJ.
until Starke resumes some of the clean- should see to it that they do. Republican Convention is he had that program stopped a

liness and attractiveness that it pos- I Everybody Invited to Attend. hereby made to be held at the few months ago.

sessed in bygone days. Under Section 6, paragraph (m) of its Court House in Starke on If he thinks any prisoner Is

Charter the City has the power "to -- Saturday, Sept. 24, 1898. at 1 going to to keep himself in
--- -- -----
-v-- pay
By notifying the owners to do the jobor define, prohibit, abate, suppress, and o'clock p,m. for the purpose of prison he is out of his mind.

the City would do it for thembilling prevent all things detrimental to the The following report and resolution unfair, and hence the nomination made placing candidate in for nomination member of one the Far as I am concerned, he's
were untumouily adopted by a Urge by that convention should not be endorsed out of mind
them for the costtwo so-called health comfort, morals, safety, content I Legislature and to transact anyway.
and enthu.Mtlo. meeting of the cltlions\ : by tbla meeting, wherefore
W. Call Street and ment and welfare of the inhabitants of I such other business as I
"jungles, one on one of Starke aid surrounding country, heldlat adoption of the following --resolution' may was always under the impression -
on North Cherry have shown marked said city." That covers a lot of territory.And the Red ion's ball on Saturday the are recommended: come before said body. that a man was

improvement in the past two weeks. The insi HKHOLVBD, that lo the opinion of All White Republicans and on his merits and
Emoted not how
on
same action should be taken against while we're on the subjectThe CHAIRMAN' : this meeting the Democratic p
other negligent property owners, some Telegraph had an interesting phone call lat ThoComnlttee to"whom, wm referred of thin county In not bound by the Bradford County who wish to Williams was an
the other day. A property owner on eubleet.t the action of the Demo antlnu ..ttbe convention held on thr I participate in said conventionare
of whom are not residents of the city and employee at FSP for three or
North St. Clair Street wanted to know: dourly convention of Bradford 8th\ day ofSeptember, a""I." un- cordially invited to attend. more years and never got a
apparently could care less how it looksor if the City has the right to clean the I: county, Flo'Ida, held! on the 9th day of dar no obligation support it*1 1nomln. (Signed) V. J. Shipman, J. promotion.He .
if it is infested with property P ... LevI C. Hull
mosquitoes | September 886, for the purpose of noin8 F. P. McMurry. ,
snakes, or rats infesting overgrown lots. owner's lot and bill him for the Inatlmrcamldateg the lower home llKnoi.VBD.!: That. a mess. meeting !: W. Ellery Davis, A. L. Scott, must have been a poor

workdoes the property owner have the J. of the State Legislature, has. bait the o'the people of the county be cnlle I Iti ;: John A. Hughes, L. B. Boaz, correctional officer. He
For instancethe old mini-mart property right to clean the City's property and bill 14 J name under"ldortlon. and rwpwl meet. In Htarke on Saturday thjHth 4 U. D. Miner, E. W. Driggers certainly is a poor

on North Church Street which is the City?He said that city parkways and 4 fully report th.it In iho opinion oftUltK day of September 181, for the ;: D. Q. Cole A. L. VonKirn, and representative from Starke if
ditches in his committee, here wan .s manifestation, In |urpo g nelecting candidates, suli- many others. the only axe he can find to
owned by a corporation with a mailing neighborhood were a grind is the Division of
5* convection Wile to
that which Bbowtt cnnrlurf represent the county In the --
address in Palm Beach Florida. It is neglected, and if any cleaning was done, Blvely, that. be dotoKHUw of a portion of liwor house of the Stare IiPKlslaturx. 4 Corrections. The prison
easy to imagine what would happen to the property owners had to do it. g,: the county constituted a faction, that AI ol which. In roHpectfullyaiibmittel, A hint of the skullduggeryand system operated before there

such a piece of neglected property if it ."t was actuated by a rtlouat spirit nndJ TJlO E. BUO" Clialriiiau.R. I "dirty tricks" that was a Frank Williams and it
It but we'llieave permeated the old convention will after he is
operate
was a good question, gone.
was located in Palm Beach, the garden s: exhibited determination to dominate. LSPARIO\s'; system is given in a handbill
spot of Florida and the fashionable play- it up to the City to answer. :* and rule amtber portlnn or the fuimIj N, J. JONES.: { distributed in the fall of 1886 Now in defense of Mr.
ty ofwhlch his the Sixth election! di<- Commute advertising a "COUNTY Wainwright His job is a
J< trii-t, !I. pa eel thereof without any On motion all perion, irrespective of e MASS MEETING" to be held thankless one. just like the
*J regard.to tie wishes. or Interest of party affiliation who oppose ring, ....1. .,: at Starke on September 18, baseball umpire. NO matter
I *. the domlnatxl and ruled section; and for q ue.end picked conventions, and floor : 1886. what decision he hands downhe
A Needed Jolt 4 thin nnrpoHc long prior to the ....m- falrtnd J"ot dealing. are invites to alien ., only can please half of the
1 j bllORnf convention, gchomci. nf|10. Ian I IparI'Ipuein the prweiHUiiKv, The handbill protested a people. He is not a God and he
t. llllcal barnali amt Intrigue bad. been entered of tblt mnvontlou.AttoHi County Convention held at can't perform miracles.
;:
As this written, it seems likely that "Instead of trying to be a party for all fj: Inlo bjtbls noctlonal faotlon, with : .. Lake Butler on September 9, Neither can Frank Williams

President Ford will be the Republican Americans (the G.O.P.) tended to 5: aapiringmetof other election district. B. F. ALVAREZ, Secretary.W. j 1886 charging that neither the perform miracles. Louie
s: In the count; to form coalition, and w MOOHE, Chairman.AJDKNDA. presiding officer nor the Wainwright does the best job
nominee barring unexpected become the of the older white and
party F cowbinatlouwith the delen"ten of mien .tp secretary of the Conventionwas he can he is subject to make
developments. Protestant element of the population. It dl..lrlo..lo. ttolnterentof cock .e.piratutt.whoseambihmisgratitledlntheettelu. !: .-!since the above n..ha. '. an official delegate, "norin mistakes just like anyone else.
pulled away from the blacks, whom it ;: tlom were paseedthe."tmmittaia' fti any sense a member of the And
Mr. be the loser one more thing the
Reagan appeared to had once championed. It let distance ** niiint, of olfiVnl, DOHltlin, and thin r..... ther informed 1 that neither tbe pronMinvr' y Convention. Therefore information that Frank
in spite of his so-called "daring gamble"in lion enrtlilod. dominate and ruin that oilier. the "there was no Convention
grow between itself and the trade : t> nor Secretary of the C'o'inlv Williams is receiving is not
picking left of-center Sen. Richard unions. It allowed the Democrats to N portion of tin county, of which thin the (Cfniveiitloii heM at Luke, butler un the legitimately organized and from personal knowledge, but
geta the action of the in
Schweiker as his proposed running tenderness .J it b election 'dstrlct, !I. part; by IIIUHIIHJ 9th Hpptoiilher lisd! was a .1,1"1 l K?'" I j he 1;: body, from other people in law
toward the
session that is
monopoly on day binding on
mate. J 1 wlieriiof+ neclonal itrlfe and bltterut.*. Convention, nor lu any ."n"1 either. il (enforcement). That Is knownas
big city ethnic neighborhoods. It was in :4 are engende, within the hordern. otJ "a 'in>mber of the Convection and tara: :' no one. "hearsay evidence" not

At first glance, Mr. Reagan's action grave danger of ceasing to be a national : our county bat the method resorted! f>n, there wan. no Convention legltl- The Lake Butler Conventionhad admissable in court.

seemed nothing short of a desperate, party capable of thinking about the wel- :J to l I.jr thedoulnant faction in that con- warty organised. an I tlie action oftlm y been held to nominate In'conclusion.

last-minute effort to attract the vote of fare of the whole people. 5: vention, lo oinpaea Ita enda, were not body, that was In leanlon on that dy." I ItMoling .: candidates for the lower houseof Williams thinks its, so if Frank in
*
easy
In acroriUmnwUh the of Iho
principle
ou no one. e4 the State Legislature, but
GOP delegates with more liberal lean- :Jj: Democratic and that the prison why don't he come out
"The genius of the American people is prty, mean TH03. E. BUU'i.Cbalrman 'i. an investigating committee here and
ingsbut on closer study it appears he in political compromise. The U.S. can :* employed I by t to gain ascendancy were Committee., reported that "... there was a living here.spend I a bet couple he weeks would

may have had a more astute purpose in be of leaderscan ..... ... ,...._ _._ c;, manifestation in that have different
only goverened political ... ... .-..,. -- ----- : a story to tell...
mind, and one that might help to bring '- -<<' ..ur.r.4i:' ..OL aS..rr.r.1r.Jr: ...L.r. arL rrie., convention which shows
reconcile the often
the Republican Party back into the conflicting inter conclusively that the One thing puzzles me is how
ests of sections and classes and ethnic delegates of a portion of the did Mr. Williams become a
mainstream of American
politics in groups. Any party that champions a county constituted a faction state representative when he

years to come. single issue a single geographic section, that was actuated by a couldn't make sergeant at
County Agents By sectional spirit, and exhibiteda FSP. Could be that's why he is
or a single layer of economic classis
There is no doubt that the Republican determination to dominateand coming down so hard on Mr.
Party with less than 20 per cent of the doomed to disappear. The Republicanswere .. V. Bobby rule another portion of the Wainwright?

registered voters, is in trouble. Its headed in that direction." Notebook I county of which this,the Sixth William Sincerely I ,
| Lewis
TaylorWe
election district is parcel
troubles have started
back in 1912
may 028756 UCI
Harsch credits Ronald Reagan with thereof, without_any_regard! to
with then
"progressives" were read out
his me wishes vi the
jolting party into thinking about or interest
of the party. They were largely a groupof these things. In picking a Northeastern"liberal" are still getting calls hatch within 24 hours into tin; sanitation is still the best dominated and ruled section; Santa Fe
westerners who wanted federal back- about houseflies from all parts larvae or maggots. In 4 to 6 method of controlling house and for this purpose long
ing in opening and the as his proposed running mate, of the county Most of the days the larvae migrate to flies in and around the home prior to the assembling of the RegistrationSet
developing
up he recognized that if the callers drier of the of
Republican suspect our poultry portions breeding and on the farm. Flies seek convention schemes
western states. One member of Con Party is to remain a national party, cap- farms as being the mam causeof medium and pupate. The pupa breeding places where gar- political bargain and intriguehad Aug. 23-27
gress terms them "sons of the wild jackass able of winning elections it must be our present problem. While stage may vary in length con bage, animal droppings or been entered into by this
," and like the "liberals" of today a few poultrymen may be having siderably but in warm wea- vegetation residues accumu- sectional faction with
they were not wanted by the Republican more broadly based. It must put out the some difficulty, all poultry ther can be about three days. late. Locate and thoroughly aspiring men of other election Registration for fall term
conservatives.The welcome mat for the classes of Americans men are concerned about When the adult emerges from clean such places. Bury, districts In the county to form credit classes at Santa Fe
who have not felt comfortable with flies and continually work to the puparium, the wings are spread or somehow dispose of coalitions and combinations Community College will be

Republican "establishment" of the GOP since Teddy Roosevelt walked keep fly populations down. folded in tight pads. dog, cat or other animal with the delegates of such August 23-27 with registration
excrement.Do not let garbage districts In the interest of for non-credit and audit
that era was so unsympathetic to the out years ago. We all need to be concernedand The house fly crawls about accumulate in the open and such aspirants whose classes: August 2526.

interests of the progressive element in help control flies in our rapidly while the wings unfold make sure garbage cans have ambition in gratified in the
That is why, win or lose, Mr. Reagan own \\eneedtoknowthe and the body dries and Registration will be at the
sound and attainment of officaial
bottoms
the that this tight lids.
party group was easily Under normal condi- 'Northwest
may have taught his party a valuable characteristics and habits of hardens. position..." Campus, 3000 NW.
attracted into the Democratic fold by lesson and even saved it from political the fly before we can adequately tions this may take as little as Good fitting screens on win 83rd Street in Gainesville.
Franklin Roosevelt. compete with, this an hour. Mating occurs Imme- dows and doors are essentialin Sessions will be from 8:30-:
extinction. Although his motives may pest diately. A house fly may go barring flies from homes The Sixth District reportwas 11:30: a.m and 1-4 p.m. for
The resulting tendency through the have been totally selfish, he should be through an entire life cycle; and food areas. Try to make made at "a large and credit classes. Special night

Roosevelt was for the Republican given the credit for recognizing the The house fly is one of the egg larva pupa to winged all screen doors open outward.To enthusiastic meeting of the session will be from 6-9 p.m.
years most of all It citizens of Starke and
common insects. adult in 6 to 10 days under Florida August 23.
defect in his and kill flies inside the homeuse
structure
die-hards to shrink into a more or less party's providing is worldwide in distributionand conditions. An adult surrounding country held at
isolated class mold. As summarized by the jolt needed to bring it back to is a pest in homes, barns, house fly may live an averageof a space spray or aerosol the Red Men's hall on Vocation-Technical non-

political analyst Joseph C. llarsch. life. poultry houses food processing 30 days. During warm synergist containing, 0.5 pyrethrins percent dichlor-!plus a Saturday, the llth inst." credit course registration will
plants and recreationareas. weather two or more generations be from 7.12:30: p.m. and 4-8
vos (Vapona), 0.4 percent ron- The committee, composed
It has a tremendous be produced p.m. August 23, and 7 am.2
may per
nel (Korlan), or 1 percent of Thos. E. Bugg
I breeding, potential and during month. Because of this rapid naled (Dibrom). Release the R. L. Sparkman, and chairman N. J. p.m. August 26.
warmer months can produce a of and the
rate development
9BiQt mist from the aerosol tor
a Jones that
reported the actionof Persons
generation In less than two large!' number of eggs produced wishing to attend
few seconds around the
4 weeks, In room the Lake Butler Convention far the first time obtain
many areas of Florida by the female large may
p eiliijiitp4 the house and keep the room closed for was "not In accordance with admissions applications in the
breeds
build
fly con populations up in a short
acrwt 10 to IS: minutes. Outside the the principle of the Records and Admissions
tinually throughout the time
Ora year. house apply a residual or surface Democratic'Party" and that office, Building "F". Fees
o }House fly eggs are laid in Generally flies are abun- spray containing dime- "the Democratic Party of this must be paid at the time of-
(\ tare almost any t type of warm organic dant in the immediate vicinity thoate (Cygon De-Fend), ron- county Is not bound by the registration.
G.
BOB FERGUSON
q r N JOHN M. MILLER material! Animal or of their breeding site. Under nel (Korlan), or naled action" and a mass meeting

Publishers poultry manure is an excellent certain conditions they may (Dibrom Follow dosage and was called for September 18,
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Star,, Ra. under breeding medium. Fermenting migrate 1 to 4 miles, but are application directionsTo 1886 to meet In Starke "for the

Actof March 3. 1879 vegetation such as grass more usually limited to 'one- kill flies purpose of selecting
Subscription rate in trade area: $7 : $4 six months in and around
per year clippings! and garbage, also half to 2 miles.Regardless farm candidates suitable to
Outside trade area $8 per year: $4 50 six months provide medium for fly breeding buildings apply a residual represent the county ,jn the ,
hone 964-6306: spray an insecticide
Starka. Fla The whitish eggs which of advance lower house of the State cnU. L
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I Girl, 15 Wrecks CarlnH Speed Chase South Carolina Unit Will

Do -
you want Blanding SaturdayMore
Depart
A high speed chase Involving Roberts was dispatched to Inside Florida State Prison. detention room could not be
extra Bowen and Thomas. The auto ran off the side found.
;( Starke police and a 15- assist right General Robert L.
year-old Juvenile girl in a The accident occurred: as of the road twice swerved off Authorities then transferredthe than 500 South Maj. of
money? stolen car began in Starke and the juvenile lost control of her the left side and flipped, coining juvenile via a Union Carolina National Guardmen McCrady.adjutant viewed general the
ended in an accident near Rat car while negotiating a curveTall to rest on its roof. County ambulance to the will depart Camp Blanding on South last Carolina week and praised ".'..
ford Monday. August 6. The juvenile was accompanied Bradford County Hospital Saturday following the i troops for '"
Learn to Prepare The girl of Jacksonville to Union General where she was a conclusion on their annual the battalion .".
Income Tax Returns was not injured In the wreck Hospital by Thomas as Juvenile doctor there and release to two-week training period "representing the highest ands
People who have a flair(for deal- after on the authorities were called\ In juvenile authorities in Gaines here. professionalism .C'
ing with figures,enjoy working, spoof 100 to take custody. Juvenile ville. Based In Anderson S. C., traditions of the Army '
chase at over '
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with
earn the extra public Income and would may bketo enroll mph. authorities could not remove The stolen auto was regis- and commanded by Lt. Col. National Guard. ]:
,in M4R BlocK(Tax School Police Chief Jimmy Bowen Mlp4J the girl from the hospital tered to Steve R. Starling of Lewis C. Ballington the .
With' classes In over 2.OOO communities said the chase began on Adkins because Dr. M.L. Jewell Jacksonville and was stolen Second Battalion of the 263 Air Also viewing the unit last ''
there is almost certain Street behind Bradford High determined that she must July 31.Among. Defense Artillery has already week were Maj. General J: ,
to be a clase near Job
you remain under medical obser charges scored for Del Torto 26th Division
Interviews available for beat School where he was waitingfor lodged high ratings its '''
students Send for tree intimation caution signal to be vation for a possible concus against the Juvenile were professional excellence Commander headquartered in
and class' schedules today placed a by an obstruction in the sion.Thomas who was guard- attempting to elude an officer during the annual training at hf Massachusetts and CoM'-;>;:>:>
HURRY'
Classes start Sept. 15 road. lie said a female in a ing the girl was delayed in having no valid driver's Camp Blanding which David Hancock 228th Signal ;;, ::>
Valiant driving returning to Starke becausethe license and possession of a concludes Friday. Significant : Group Commander of .;;=
south 1974 Plymouth Adkins "panicked'and r ra rn key to the Union Hospital'sby stolen auto. training events undertaken by '" ;Iot; Spartanburg S. C. Both were :/r:;:
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8'19.9'9 on w 'J the battaliin while training impressed by the battalion's"performance ; -,*;
hit curb when trying to L.
a Gen Robert
Maj. particularly .::
included aerial :
drive away from him. BROOKER IN BRIEFPhone here firing McCrady.Adjutant General of night-time firing' '",:>>
direct fire. M-60 machine during a .
k.A BLOCK The girl then tried to elude gun South Carolina (left), views exhibition. '.. :
firing and Air Defense ::3
118 N. Walnut Bowen by crossing US-301 to Jea nette Prescott 483-1713 the aerial firing proficiency of .....01
Artillery crew qualifying. /
Walnut Street where she units of the Second Battalion, Commander Ballington;. .,
I 964-8286 I turned left. After travelling SCHOOL NEWS fee before a water meter can 263d Air Defense Artillery at expressed "delight" over the: :t:::
Please send me tree information several blocks northward she i' School will begin Monday be turned on. It also decided to rsILENC.E. mIll Camp Blanding. With him Is efficiency of the unit and its' ::;
I course about I understand your tax preparation there 'is I crossed the highway again August 30.School hours will be read city water meters ZnLL Peyton L. Moore commander readiness in event of national, :-:.:
no obligation and drove to SK-16 and led from 8:15: to 2:15.: Bus routes between the 17th and the 19th "Tw a bad cause that none of the 263d ADA De or civil disorder ;:::
iL' emergency ...
Bowen on the high speed and schedules will be the of the month allowing\ the dare speak in. tachment. ... .
I Name | chase. same as last year.The price of town's part-time secretary to ;:;:
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Bowen. joined in the chase lunches will be 50 cents. Kin do the billing on her regular ::::
Address by Patrolman Larry Thomasin dergarten children will end third Saturday of the month :L LI
I City ..------ .-.- I I a separate car radioed the the day at 1:15: unless they workday. Water users will be ELECTDEWEY I .
State __________ Florida Highway Patrol for ride the bus. allowed only one month's :
help when he realized he could Any parents of children delinquency time in paying I :
[|__Phone MAIL -.J not stop her before reachingthe entering school for the first bills\ before water Is turned ; BUFORDMcKINNEY ; j
CLIP AND TODAY city limits. Patrolman Don time are asked to register off. If interrupted the cost of
Tail! their children before August having service reconnectedwill : :
30. Parents of kindergarten be $2. ;
children need to have all\ requirements The council also voted to i.
Mark Hurtey 16. of completed before have specifications for a bid
Theressa. proudly displays a the beginning of school. A drawn up by Preference Contractors
S-foot. 7-Inch Eastern Dla- record of immunizations physical of Gainesville on
mondback Rattlesnake he water lines to Fred .
examination and birth extending ASYOUR ;:
Don't Vote killed with a double-barrel certificate must be on file McDavid's farm im Brooker. .:.:.
shotgun blast Wednesday before students will be Bids for mowing and sanitation -
afternoon August 4. near the allowed to begin school.BROOKER were also specified.A .
home of his grandfather A.P. special meeting was SUPERINTENDENT .
ForPromises Johns in Hampton. Mark the CITY called for tonight Thursday "10.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald COUNCIL MEETINGThe August 19 discuss the town'sbudget. *. .
lluriey. Jr.. skinned the regular meeting of the OF .:.:..
which has nine rattles
snake
Brooker City Council was PERSONALS
plus a 'button', shortly after Thursday August 12. In attendance Those of the E.B. Crosby
this photograph was taken. was Mayor Roy Carroll family who attended the Pike- SCHOOLSQUALIFIED ,y + ....
and councilmen Carl Howard wedding and
Edwards A.B. Adams. C.L. reception in south Jackson
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I'r \;:/ ; Atkinson George Pierce and vine August 14 were Mrs. E.B.
Vote For Results The ancients believed that Otis Testone. Crosby of Brooker Mrs. ..EXPERIENCED CONCERNED :::
rubbing a sty with a gold ring The council voted to requirethe Edwin Prevatt and daughter ...!
would cure it. payment of an installation Melisa of Clermont ahd
Don't Believe Election Time Gossip! Debbie Crosby of Gainesville. I Dear Fellow Bradford Countians, ..
Those from Brooker who f Thank you for sharing your concerns about our school system with me during ;
Look At The Record And Believe St. Mark's attended the P.A. and Clarisa the past couple of weeks. I am sharing with you some of the major things which oi
Crosby reunion at the Lake people have mentioned to me.These are grouped into general areas and are not S
Facts! CHILD CARING CENTERA Butler recreation center were
order of If have other which
Mr. and Mrs. H.H. Molt Mr. listed in any particular priority. you concerns you J
Structured Pre-School Program For Children and Mrs. Huey Crosby Mr wish to share with me, please call them to my attention. :I
Ralph Bryan and Mrs. E.B. Crosby and ;
2 thru 4 Years Old Jimmy.Mr. .

Teachers and Mrs. Paul Prescott Too much money spent In Building Programs I

Has Proven His Interest And AbilityIn Qualified. Non Profit and families Johnny for"joined the the Douglas other Inequitable distribution of support personnel between Middle School and the i iI

all Areas Of Opening Aug. 23, 1976 Cemetery cleaning in Union Elementary Schools II
all chanceto
County.It gave us a School Discipline w'r

Commission Responsibility.Keep Hours 715.5:30: : CaI964-5371 that see otherwise and be with live our families too far I Truancy Methods of checking attendance :i iI

to visit and know howwe're I
Working For Special Period Or 9646126.UU apart doing. At least 150 participated I Open-space classrooms (Suchps the Middle School and. High School) :
Bryan Or Write
: .' this year some of School Financing rt i 1
P.O. Box 1012| Starke, Fla. whom we hadn't seen in years. Bus Scheduling Problems 1.
Lmtad Capaoty applicatnns Bang Accepted Now The Fowler-Prescott famili ..
Bradford> Paid. Pol. Adv. reunion was a big success: to.
A GROWING PLACE"'uluuIlIIIIIIuIuII between 50 and 60 attended. It I Will Carefully Study Each Problem You Present To Me :
was held this year at the com-
-- __ Some munity family center members in Brooker.and And Seek A Suitable Solution To Each One. 3 3A

Ill friends attending the first

cott time and included her :husband Maxine Pres-Mrs. VOTE FOR DEWEY McKINNEY ON SEPT. 7 WILL BE A

Martha Johnson mrs. Mendy Of

LT3P1r KV=* and Minton the of Jack Bradley.Hodge Florida family VOTE FOR THE MAN WHO WILL MAKE THE BRADFORD COUNTY .;.

We were so happy to have
them join us for the reunion. SCHOOL SYSTEM TRULY A SCHOOL SYSTEM OF THE CITIZENSYOU
The Hodge family left early
for Silver Lake for baptismal
l w e' services. Jack and his\ wife WILL BE KEPT INFORMED AND YOUR VOICE WILL BE HEARD!
Ruby and three of their
children Sharon. Buddy and Pd p* Adv. Thank You
MANUFACTURERS SHOW ROOM Linda, were baptized.


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prevalent about 60 Senior Citizens from performances by senior : 4 : t :
problems that accompaniesold both counties ... j
to an afternoonof citizens. .f.. P :
age is loneliness and j'. ,
fishing and plcnicing on The Cubb Homemaker .
neglect,. and while there are Palestine Lake outside Lake program, funded by local, ": ?J.. _
to deal ..
programs with this, Butler."I state, and federal money, Is
lack of money and volunteers enjoyed it. I saw people I designed to into the
sometimes dampens these hadn't seen In a long time," homes of elderly persons to
efforts. said one Bradford County help with house chores write :'
The Cubb Economic agency native. Entertainment was letters, and other everyday
in Bradford and Union provided by the Brooker duties.
counties sponsores one such Baptist Church and by Peggy Barnett, head of the
program,and recently treated impromptu singing Homemaker program, said

some old people are totally tart
dependent the assistanceof Il t
upon t/ .
1 4 4 1
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the workers. But, with only } :
six workers and one standbythe
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two counties, &r'T
help I' .m.
sometimes must be spread ,
i thin.Barnett I'r r s't
said that more s

community involvement with '
programs for the elderly
1j I
would help to reestablish the ( ( .
tv elderly population as a part of Jk

the community."As I
v in most counties the old
e tCr people are shuffled to the rear II
and everything is for the IJ I
kids..and that's not bad, but
more attention should be paidto
the old," Barnett said. J
Some involvement does *V'Jnfj (Mf** *JT"* *
i exist, such as the Lake Butler &y .
,4 rPusl ( wg &jf A J
Rotary Club and various area
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churches which provided food
for the picnic August 14.
Owens of Illinois donated the i
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use of lakefront property; and t r t
itas"r facilities and provided soft
drinks for the event.

But with more involvementa V9j 1'j (
home visitation program
could be established styled r. r
after the existing one in
Alachua County. An
expansion of the phone
reassurance program, in
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which daily calls to home. ,

,*" bound persons are made,
> could be accomplished with

volunteers and more money,
Barnett said.

In addition, Barnett is This Is the way to beat the crowd on the dock, grab a boat and a cane pole mill James Domman was in the boat and gone to diisiniip serious rishini t..ror""l1v,
Mrs. Grace Van Pelt of Bradford County proves that ladies working to provide free legal your grandson to bait the hook one could stop him. '

can catch fish as well as their male counterparts As of lunch services to the elderly. She
lime at Saturday's picnic she had the highest catch three

bream. Starke has Lawyers contacted attorney in the Gainesville Storefront Richard, Florida Folk Festival Set Sept. 3-6 At Stephen Foster Center i .


Welty, and Lake Butler .
attorney Hal Maines, and said WHITE SPRINGS- 24th folk artists and craftsmen will Sunday and Monday," Head Participants \\illrecall old. through the IlI'arbymllls to I t.I
GOaI she would get para-legal annual Florida Folk Festival .gather here for one of Flo said. time artists, crafts and customs provide spate for dozens of I I
training to assist elderly with will bring lively, colorful and rida's major Bicentennialevents "As usual, this nationally- will present folk songs craftsmen.
legal matters. melodious entertainment to ," said AI (Head, director known event is planned pri- and dances, and will relate Programs are scheduled at f '
The picnic at Palestine Lakeis the banks of the Suwannee of the state-sponsored performing marily to appeal to family fireside tales and superstitions 7:30: p.m. Friday; at 10 a.m., 't
part of the Homemaker River here throughout the !,! arts and cultural cen- members of all ages, with a from the distant past 1:30::\ and( 7:3(1: ( p m. Saturday; \
program which began in May long Labor Day weekend, with ter on the river immortalizedin wide variety of talented folk said Miss Bollm.Activities..iII at 10 a m. and t Iltd:: p m. Sunday (
1975, and has served about 159 eight programs scheduled at song by Stephen Foster. performers and crafts center around f 'auid Ilundar.Workshops
older people in Bradford and the Stephen Foster Center "For the first time in several experts." the modern amphitheaterbuilt and "song swap sessions led ,
Y / I Union Counties. The program between Friday night, Sept- years, the festival will Directing the festival for the last year at the foot of a by outstanding performers I
also sponsored a Christmas ember 3, and Monday afternoon extend over a four-day period 21st consecutive year will be grassy knoll overlooking the will be special I features Saturday
DINE V party at the Woman's Club in September 6. and will include one program Thelma A. Boltin, "Cousin 40-foot( stage Newly added Sunday and Monday. ,
Lake Butler, who donated Friday, three programs on Thelma" to thousands of festival 'this summer are 25 Seminole Spl'Clallldllllssion rates will
DANCE > gifts along with various area Saturday and two more both fans. type chickees scattered be available fur festival visi-
from all around
churches. "Coming turs.Tlterntcsare$3all: ( day)
Florida, and from many other lor adults and $1 t tor children
is provided Joe y
Input by .j
Kerrigan, advisory chairman states as well, outstanding 11.(1 It' Enforcrin Costs Clint 1111FYr.YY 1J"r.oml'aj.tI' u) end
EntertainmentWed o
from the Bradford County 4
Senior Citizens organization, rapidly: inflation and the need ends up going to prison. No Reddish said. children
Fri Sat. & Sun. At The r 1 to Barnett and the Ticket Probe... for an increased staff. revenue has come in for the There has been some talk There is no provision for
Homemaker program. One item alonggasoline-- time and work expended." around the county that t camping within the 250-acre
yt Kerrigan, a 31year (From. Page I 1)) has doubled in price the last "Of course you could bringin perhaps consolidation of the Stephen Foster Memorial
Irlelroie / resident! of Bradford County, few years, and it is one of the money by being a speed city and county police and\ grounds, but there are a number
J 1 1/ said that many of the elderly der Rehabilitation by DeV'oe. major expenses of thesheriffs trap--everyone who's doing 57 .sheriff'a departments could of state parks within driv
JRestaurant citizens in the program are Lt. DeVoe said Bowen had department. The cost in an 55 mph zone would be bring expenses down. ing distance of White Springs! ,
Oliver Star lifelong residents of the area. requested lie, void the ticket of printing and of food for given a ticket, but everyone Reddish doesn't think :\\l'Ills "l'I'rall'ommerciall'ampgruunds.
He, too, stressed that due to the cooperation which prisoners at the jail have gone knows you just don't do consolidation would be less State parks
volunteers are neeced for the exists between the local police up tremendously, too. that..or what if law expensive overall mid say s lie within a 30-mile radius include
& Lounge) Homemaker program to department and the state prison In the almost four years enforcement operated like a doesn't intend( to push the O'Lcno. Suwiinnee River, and
Hwy 21 Melrose TF provide many desireable system. DeVoe had Reddish has been sheriff, the doctor charging $10 or ci incept.Ntveitheless.. (Ocean) Pond Park in the
services. stopped Wainwright's private department has increased by Imtever Sure, >ou'd bring !; I there are Osceola National Forest. The
automobile for traveling 45 one part-time deputy and one in money, but you'd probably citizens interested in Stephen C'ollins Foster Slate
mph in a 30 mph zone on US- part time jailer, and it will l he putting law enforcementout consolidation studies being Park at Fargo. 301 south, on July 22. add a full-time deputy next of the reach of) the people done before l budget time next within .III milesThere
A second ticket, replacing year. who perhaps need it most. And year They figure! if there's (nihance arc motels! near1Viiitr
the original, and Wainwright's it would still cost money expenses can In1 Springs, on 1-73 and Sit-
personal check for $25 were The county's sheriff'sbudget Either: way, the people are brought down it's worthwhile 1U> at I..ike City Jasper;
ALL docketed at the County Clerk's is a fairly thrifty one. going to have to pay' ID look into 1.1o.k uul Jennings!

0j'ION Office on July 29. too, as sheriff's budgets go. o
Wainwright had no knowledge -
Most counties with
of the ticket being
populations comparable to
voided, nor had he requested
(33C Bradford's spend far more: ElectVernon
any special considerationwhen .
Okeechobee County in central
the citation issued. ,
was .
.
OFFICE SUPPLIES Florida for instance, has a ?
Another ticket on which the sheriff's' budget of almost t
recently completed investigation -
$400,01)1)) more thanBrudflrd's.
focused was issued to (former .
,
The populations of
Starke :
attorney Eugene the two counties are almost
2 DRAWER
Officer Gemein- "
F Shaw by
identical. Flagler County onfo1orlda's
hardt on July 25. The officer
for (lill north-eastern coast PARMENTEft '
cited Shaw traveling
FILE CABINETLETTER and with about 10.000 less
mph in a 43 mph zone on SK- population! actually has a
2:10.: sheriff's .
large budget.But
SIZE Bowen explained that '
Shaw's ticket had never been even if the expenses are School Board Member \
\t voided and that the four-day justifiable and t the budget alight J.
: delay in docketing the ticket one, the problem
1i\ SALE $8295d IIII was due to a mistake in the remains: expenses are District 4 &, .........
I I III original ticket which resultedin outstripping receipts, and the
the rewriting of the cita- things lire not likely to get any
A Candidate Interested In EducationFor
tion.Shaw I bettor Truly Quality
LOCK told the Telegraphthat
3 DRAWER WITHOUT the mistake involved difficulty "Law. enforcement is not" Every Child In Bradford County. .
in determining whe- geared to be self-sufficient
LETTER SIZE \\ SALE $8795BLACK ther the officer had w ritten 60 explains Reddish. "Take a
ESPtZ? Do You Want A Man Who Can Say No When
p. mph or 66 mph on the original breaking and entering case w e *
citation. Shaw's ticket and his iO\e liglite. A deputy may
personal check for$23 to cover spend several days Necessary? Then Vote For Parmenter
the fine for the infraction were investigating the case and

OXFORD MOBILE FILE docketed on July 2U.\ working on it. and the man Do You Want A Man Who Is Qualified ?


( HOLDS EITHER LETTER OR LEGAL September 7 First t Day "Fur. Union Schools I! Then Vote For Parmenter

HANGING FILE FOLDERS School is set to start grades 7 and 8 will resemble
$6995 September 7 in Union County lumor-high instruction. The Do You Want A Man Who Is Concerned About
Re:TM-00 SALE with\ some 1,500 students 600 students at the Middle
expected for the 1976-77 term. school will attend from 8:20: to Education For All Children ?
Officials at Union High 3:10: pin.George.

VICTOR HAND school School hours are still for the negotiating 400-plus Teel, a former Then Vote For ParmenterI

students. Working with teacher at :Mebane :Middle
Principal Bill Foister will be a School in Alachua and Howard
CALCULATORSMODEL ; a o staff of approximately 23. The Bishop :Middle School in I Am A Candidate Of My Own Choice
high school con Wines grades Gainesville, joins the staff of
L'.MS; as assistant principal. And I Solicit
912.At Your Vote And
Earnestly
106 MODEL 104 4 IS IS xZ Union Middle School, Randy) :Newland is principal of
1 3 4 grades through 6 will be self- the school, which has a
RETAIL *79" RETAIL '59M a = contained classrooms and teaching staff of 22. Support On Sept. 7th.


$5995, $42 95 Hampton ApproteMillnge! liaise! If I Should Miss Seeing You Personally, Please

The Hampton council voted nll\llge\
Tuesday night to increase the Accept My Apology.
110 The present millage rate of 2.92 to Council members were told
964.5764 3.0, thus insuring that the tow n last week that unless the town
W Call, St. remain qualified for revenue- maintained a nullage rate of Your Vote And Support Will Be
sharing funds. 30, it was in danger of losing
"It seems so foolish, but if some so.OOO'a:! year' in reve .
Office Shop that's what the law is, we're mie-sharing funds. .
going to do it," said council Ldst night's public meetingwas Greatly Appreciated Paid, Pol. AdvHOlllelIlakers ,
member Eugene Taylor as he required before the coun-
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A ratification vote bv Brad- simple majority of those In addition to the new salary representatives and school Substituting for another the consideration' transfer teachers could take two daysof mutually agreed to in writing The-;
to negotiations.
ford County public school instructors t"al'hprs'ohng Wednesday schedule, Bradford County board bargaining teams is teacher will be allowed "onlyin application. sick leave per year for reli- prior three week negotiating period
on the school board's Loper said, adding that the teachers will consider 21 addi- subject to a wording change the event of an emergency A 24 hour cooling-off period gious holidays not otherwise be extended an add is
proposed package contract is ballots 111 be counted at the tional changes in their present should teachers vote to accept ," in the new contract. has been incorporated in the provided for in the school cal- tional may two weeks, and if thg'
tentatively; set for Wednesday. assembly.If contract when voting on ratification the proposed contract package The 1975-76 contract read: clause covering teacher resignations endar teams are still not.
August :$, at 3:30: p m in the county teachers vote to of the proposed new Wednesday. The word "However, in the event of an In the new contract. Teachers teaching other bargaining
Bradford County;) High !School accept the proposed contractit contract. "impasse" has replaced emergency teachers may be Following written receipt of a teachers in the county are to in agreement, impasse may;'
be called] either o\
aud\torium. will go to the school board Deduction of BRA dues mediation in a sentence now asked to substitute for ano resignation a principal must be paid at a specific rate set items by being negotiatextaccording party ;'
George Loper, chief negotiator for final ratification, according from teacher salary checks is reading: "If the parties fail to ther." hold the document for one day forth in the Master In-Service the to the :
provisions
for the Bradford Education to Loper among the proposed changes. reach agreement in any such Teacher evaluations are and make him or herself Plan under the new contract. of.
Association which represents However, if teachers reject Under the new contract BEA negotiations either party may also due revisions under the available for a conferencewith Teachers will be paid for preparing the proposed final matter contract.to be tiThe
all of the county's public the new contract package dues will be automatically invoke the impasse proposed contract. The number the teacher, before for and conducting workshops side red by teachers In the corK pro;
school instructors during con Loper says; the BEA must deducted from teacher paychecks machinery of the Public of required observationsfor warding the resignation to the in their specialty fields contract deals with I insurance >
tract bargaining sessions notify the board within five for the length of the Employee Relations Commission teachers on annual con- school board office. under the new contract provi- posed contributions by thft

says every teacher employedby days, giving reasons for rejection contract,three years, with the ." This means both sides tracts has been reduced from The state government sion.Another school board. The board hat
the Bradford County school and initiate mediation of filing of one initial authorization will split the cost of a special three to two, one with advance recently adopted a statute rul- clause concerningthe limited its contribution t system may cast a ballot to impasse card. Written notice must master in an effort to reach notice and one without notice; ing out the county's emer- preparation and conduct- <
either accept or reject the Among the changes proposed be submitted to stop the agreement at the bargainingtable. and the number of observa-. gency leave clause. Emergency ing of in-service workshops and$208.56 per increase year per in employee premium*,
board's proposed contract in the new teacher con deduction of the dues from tions for teachers on continu- leave will now be states that teachers will not be any
will be absorbed by thk
package in the August 25 vot tract will be the school board'snew salary checks.Complaints Last year's contract clause ing contracts has been charged against sick leave or compelled to conduct such a teachers. 3j
salary schedule for instructional about teachers dealing with the distributionof reduced from two to one with personal leave. Teachers will program.A to receive
Teachers are &
ing.Loper says all teachers will I personnel.The from parents is also due revi- classroom supplies stated advance notice. The form still have 10 days total leave clause concerning the the proposed salarschedules :'
be given an opportunity to board's proposed salary sion in the new contract. The that such distribution wouldbe used in teacher evaluationshas time per year through a combination reopening of negotiations is in their school malt
voice opinions and request schedule will give county previous contract set no specific made on "an equitable been simplified and con- of sick and personal another item to be consideredby boxes Tuesday morning;
explanations concerning the teachers an average increase time limits for response to basis." However, that has tains fewer items. Loper says leave time, however all teachers in the ratification according to Loper. .,
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proposed contract during, an of 11 08 percent in pay, compared such complaints, while the been deleted from the new the observations will average requests for emergency leave of the new contract, which if Other items in the 1975-7Q
assembly tube held in the high to a 16.97 percent ave new contract sets a limit of 72 contract package and only 20 minutes now. One must be approved in advanceby accepted will remain in effect contract which were not men
school) auditorium prior to the rage increase for administrative hours A provision stating that with: "If money is additional observation may be the superintendent of until August 1, 1979. Both tioned above will remain h)
balloting next Wednesday.There \ personnel and a 19.9 per anonymous complaints will allocated to individual requested by the teacher. schools or his designee. teachers and the school board effect, except for changes in
will be no absentee cent average increase for non- not be processed has also been teachers; paper dittos and The dates for the posting of Another change to the leave agree to re-open negotiationsat the new con ,
dates, providing
ballots Acceptance or rejection instructional personnel, bothof added to the contract. stencils shall not be charged notices of vacancies has been clause in the proposed con- the request of either party tract is ratified Wednesday bjj*
of the proposed contract which were retroactive to An article dealing with back to the teacher's allocation changed from May 10 to May 1 tract would allow teachers to for a period of three weeks The
the teachers. change
package III be decided by; a July 1. 1976. negotiations between teacher ," The change insures that and the dates for requesting take leave time following a during the third week of June above will only become effective *
operating supplies will be transfers has been changed teacher holiday, in the eventof 1977 and 1978 on items limitedto when the new contract i Ii ,
charged to the general office from May 1 to May 10 in the an emergency, with appro- : teacher salaries; compen- accepted. 4 f
supply fund, and that class- proposed contract, thus allow- val of the Superintendent of sable fringe benefits for all reminds teachers j
J room supplies like crayons ing teachers to know what schools or his designee. The teachers; additions or revi- that Loper they must vote on the ''I
and construction paper will be positions are available priorto previous contract stated that sions incorporated in Florida
contract package, andj
'. 4 available to individual making transfer leave would not be granted Statute 231 regarding person- entire i
; -11 causes nel Florida Statute 121 and can not vote on specific items S
__ teachers through their allocations Another change in following such holidays.Yet articles. "The package
238 on retirement, and Florida or
concerning vacancies and another leave clause Is 1
must be accepted or rejected ;
A clause dealing with transfers in the new contract due change in the new con Statute 447 on collective bargaining in total," he stated tf j
teachers working during their reduces from 10 days to five tract. A recently adopted state : and other items /,! j
M lunch periods is also due revi- days the time limit between statute required dropping the '"c a'
sions in the proposed contract. posting of vacancy notice and provision which stated that '
The previous contract Prevent Aphids. Camellia
restricted the use of compensatory scale. Red spiders. Scale
For Protection & Beauty I
time accumulated for White Flies and other In-
working during lunch periodsto ; sect pests from winteringover
the following day. Under SPRAY over by having us
the proposed contractteachers now.
may, with approvalfrom
their principal, use com + Call now and have us schedule >
pensatory time during the SHRUBBERY your spraying..It
week in which it was accumulated must be done well ahead of

However, it shall not be ,r;,+t frost.
Florida Highway Patrolman liohort James directs wrecker crew operations following Friday, granted during the time pupilsare w.A NOW
August 13. accident in Lake Hullvr. A Bell, Klorlda man's onr-hmir-oUl automobile (pictured at attending school, and may
left) was among \rhicles Involved in tlnee-ear accident not exceed one hour per week. IORIDA
Under the new contract FREE
teachers will not be requiredto EST

Friday. The 13th Unlucky For Bell Man breaks work for during more than their two lunch days 3 Bedroom frame home. Inspection OMTROI

per Faculty week. meetings are SR-16 West on 100x119 & EstimatesCall stxiailala

Friday the 13th: proved' to bean Jnt.'oblUS Inui'linn home intersection! 11I'n the accident! limited to 24 per year in the
unluckyday to purchase anew i to Bi-ll. driving I w est on SU-121: \, occurred. new contract, two less than Has well and several trees Phone 964-8750 964-5745 8,205;

\ automobile for a Bell. at about 4-::11I l p.m Friday, Florida Highway called for in__the, previous con-
Florida, man. when :Mildred Count ol Luke Patrolman Robert James, iraci. The new u contract: also
Butler run a stop sign and investigating! officer, charged removes restrictions on which
Hans Jacobi of Boll had struck I tin; lelt side' of the Mrs: Coortz ith failure to days the meetings may be
owned his new' 1970 Plymouth Jucobi vehicle She was yeild the right of way No called; last year meetingswere
Fury about one-hour' Friday dri\ ing\ north on SH-2U: \ intones' were reported. held on the second and
afternoon, when\ an uninsured! Trooper James said fourth Tuesdays of each
motorist ran a stop sign at the Impact of the crash forced damage; was heavy to the month. The meetings are not
intersection of Stt=211: and SH- the Jacobi car across the Jacobi vehicle, moderate to to extend beyond the work ,.
121 in I Mike Butler touching\ intersection and into a vehicle Douglas 1970 Ford and he day.
a three-car accident which driven In "Franklin Douglas listed the Coontz automobile, Communications with par
includes) Jacobi'* brand new (it Lake, Huller Douglas was a 19K6! Plymouth as. a total ents may be requested' of o ;
automobile -topped I ,I at t I the north side ol the' loss teachers by administrators

J and such request "shall not be
unreasonably denied"' under .e
the proposed new .contract.
Teachers. Report cards, both sides
Parents and Students must work together to develop a agreed at the bargainingtable A New Price

quality program of education. The Superintendent of Schools should are a required form of ,
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provide the leadership to assist them in improving all areas of our communication.
A new clause added to the

schools, including such special services as transportation and food proposed contract states thatin Structure For

service. the event'i student is either s7t ,
passed or retained over a I
teacher's objection, that objection -
D shall be noted in the
ur schools must provide a safe and wholesome environment where student's permanent record (JlurnUUGJI]
students can learn. Rules must be followed by the students and a cooperative and shall be initialed by the

attitude between parents and teachers must prevail for teacher or teachers objecting.
Pay dates outlined in thecontral"t
those students who fail to follow the rules
all fall on the last
Friday of the month with the
exception of December. The (
M December pay date has been -
any community agencies cooperate to provide services for our people. changed from the 31st, when

School facilities and equipment should be used in every way possibleto teachers will be on vacation, Due To More Efficient
to the 21st. Teachers
make our county a better place in which to live. may
obtain June pay checks on I
both the 10th and the 30th Production Techniques .
under the proposed' contract.


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oncerned and qualified teachers and administrators must be provided.. Holley Seeks

All personnel must be given on opportunity to develop their ability to

demonstrate concern for Helping each student. Court Seat Price Breaks On


Charles K Holley. 52, Most
Printing. .
Academic recently qualified as a candidate -
excellence is a worthy goal. We must provide for the student for election' to the Florida

who has special talents. This includes all students. Basic skills must be Supreme Court

emphasized. Minimum standards for graduation must be seriously He is running for the seat
considered. which is presently' occupied by
Justice B K Roberts LetUsQuoteYourEspecially :

lIolle\'. a native of Jacksonville -
I currentlyresiding in
5 :Naples'; is a former member
s pend dollars wisely. They are limited and the priority should be placedon of the Florida Legislature

the student and the learning process. Millage must be kept at a having served as a representative -
minimum. Competition for state funds must be continued. trim Pmellas' County
from two! to 1964.A \ .
I9."i0\ ; graduate of the
t'niviTsity! of Florida Law
Each School. Holley won a primaryto
individual is important and must be treated with dignity and become a nominee for Gov- ,

worth Every class activity should provide a meaningful experience for ernor in 14! hut lost in the --

each student. Vocational and special classes must be available to all !general election
Following his graduationfrom .
people. the University of Florida .
Holley was employed by Statements & Business Cards
the Union Trust Company
Y i now the Landmark Union
ou have a right to hold someone accountable for providing the leader- Trust Bank of SI Petersburg)

ship to develop a quality program. as an estate planning officer.
He resigned his bank positionin You'IIBePleasantly
Elect 1954 to become a partner ina :
St Petersburg law firm.
When the firm disbanded to
1959.\ Holley entered privatelaw
Tom Casey practice. and continuedhis
$ separate law practice

An Experienced And Qualified through 1HHolley was, first admitted to Surprised ;)

practice law in 193,), and later

... Person For Your Superintendent admitted to practice by the 1
United States District Courts


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All Of Bradford
For Citizens the Florida Trial Law-
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Darlene Hobbs, Gerald Brown,Jr. To Wed Sept. 10 $ COu1jT' }
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Mr. and Mrs. James C. the First United Methodist duate of Gainesville 1879rtrgrap
Hobbs announce the engage. Church, Starke, in the present School, attended Santa High Fe '
ment and approaching marriage of the immediate families. Junior College and is pre. foetal Jf !
of their daughter, Dar Miss Hobbs Is a 1974 graduate sently an automobile body w J
lene, to Gerald E. Brown, Jr., of Bradford High School repairman. .- ..
son of Mr. and Mrs. G.E. and is attending the Univer
Brown, Sr.. all of Starke. sity of South Florida In !j'lajV' Wooly SocUty [:/10" 964-7608
The wedding will be an Tampa.Mr. "
event of Friday, Sept. 10, in Brown is a 1972 gra- Imogene Kelley,, I
Mrs. Bennett Shower Honoree
J.J.WilkinsonTo
BIRTHS I
Mrs. Ricky Bennett, the former The refreshment table in the
OdGnTV Wed August 20 T'- i Darlene Mears,August 13 covered
bride, was honored at a Coca. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wynn
Imogene Tina Kelley, I, Cola party August 10 at the and centered with a Boy and announce the birth of a son,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. home of \Mrs. Seeber Goodman Girl centerpiece flanked by Brian Wayne, born August 6 in I
Morris C. Kelley and Jimmy on Alton Road. white tapers. Alachua General Hospital.
J. Wilkinson son of Mr. and Hostesses were Mrs. Donald Games and refreshmentswere
SERVICE Mrs. Ernest D. Wilkinson will Bagwell, Mrs. Joe Kendall enjoyed by the wives of ( -----
be united in marriage Friday, and Mrs. Wayne Harper. the "Misfits" ball team.
August 20, at 7:30: p.m. in the The gift table in the dining Among the guests were Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Larry M.
Northside Baptist Church. A Y room was covered with a Thelma Mears of Green Cove Crawford of Lawtey announce
Prompt & bicentennial wedding is white lace cloth decorated Springs, mother of the the birth of a daughter,
+ planned.All with wedding bells and had honoree and Mrs. Lewis Ben- Andrea Dare, born July 19. .
Dependable friends and relatives are white candles at each end. nett, her mother-in-law. 0 Maternal grandparents are j !
invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. John Nichols of
Orlando and paternal grand- I
REPAIR mother is Mrs. Amelia Craw-
: Patti Riley, II .. ford of Gainesville.

ON ALLMAKES .............
Pete
VaughnTo Z'Marian Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. .
Sapp, Jr. of Starke are
Wed Nov Vicky'Thompson, .. Finley announcing the birth of a
; Mr. and Mrs. JR., Hobbs daughter, Heidi Nickole, born I
Otha MillerTo Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crews
and last week in Robert Fuquay .
Mrs. Mary T. Riley of family spent returned Sunday from 10 days August 13. Paternal grand- /
COLOR Jacksonville announces the Wed Sept. 24 New Orleans. visit with friends and relatives parents are Mr. and Mrs.
engagement and approaching in Sterling, Ill and Vinton, ToWedAugust30 Charles P.Sapp,Sr.of Lawtey ,
Mrs. Fred Thomson and
f BLACK & WHITE marriage of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. K.E. (Buddy) Iowa. and maternal grandparents .
GEMS son, Todd of Tallahassee were Announcement is made of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
I Patti Raye of Starke, to Pete are
Thompson announce the last Friday guests of Mrs. the engagement and .
of Mr. and Mrs.E. Brown of Ocala.Stretch
Vaughn son Mrs. Robert Green under.
Antenna and approaching
Repairs473Z73 engagement John W. Griffin and Miss approaching marriage of Miss
C. Vaughn, Jr. of Keystone marriage of their daughter, Lillian Stump. Mrs. W.H. went surgery Tuesday, Marian Louise Finley, daughter ,
Heights. Vicky Jean to Otha Miller, Thomson returned to August 17 in Baptist Memorial of T-Sgt. (Ret.) and Mrs. Sewing :
I I The wedding will take place son of Mrs. Doris Miller, all of Tallahassee with Mrs. Fred Hospital. Murray Finley of Jacksonville
:: Starke. Thomson after visiting here. Beach, to Robert Edward
Nov. 6 at 4 p.m. in St. Luke's Class Set 26 h
Mrs. Park Cheshier Aug.
is
Episcopal Church in The wedding planned for Fuquay son of Mr. and Mrs., ,
Sept. 24 at 8 p.m. at Pine Bill and Brad Hamilton returned last Thursday after John Fuquay of Starke. I I
Jacksonville with a reception two months visit with rela The second Stretch and Sew .!
Valley Congregational Holi last week with their will be held
spent The wedding
17s Repair Any Color TV If BroughtTo following Hall.in the church ness Church of Starke. grandparents Mr. and Mrs. tives in Tennessee and Indian- Monday, August 30, at 7:30: class begins Thursday,
Plus Brand Fellowship Miss Thompson graduatedfrom W.D. Hamilton in Orlando.Dr. apolis. p.m. at the home of Mr. and August 26, at 7:00: p.m. in the .
Our Parts
Shop -Any old building. '
Bradford High School in Mrs. Charles Fuquay, 419 N. armory ,
All friends and relatives 1976 and is employed at TG&Yin and Mrs. J.H. Mine. Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Crowson Cherry Street, brother and Gloria Holmes will instruct E.
1 Pick Up & Del. 750 Extra are the
invited to attend. Macclenny.Mr. singer were in Memphis, of Winter Haven and Mrs. sister-in-law of the prospective the sewing classes during
i Miller graduated from Tenn. last week visiting her W.W. Sellers of Burlington. groom. six-week session from 7.10
Bradford High School in 1975 father, Robert Lee Thomas. N.C. spent the weekend with All friends and relatives are p.m. A $10 registration fee is
j and is employed by the Mrs. Minesinger's sons, Clark their brother, Claude Crow. invited to attend. required for persons
Department of Transportation. and Robert Milan are spend- son. Mrs. Sellers is remainingfor beginning the course, while
The Steak Man ing two weeks with their a week. Mr. Crowson has there is no charge to persons
All friends and relatives are grandmother, Mrs. Charles been discharged from the previously attending the
invited to attend. Milam in New York and Gainesville VA Hospital and is sessions.
biJ .
y..JIIDW
'J Washington, D.C. residing at his Madison Street The sewing class is
Has
Gone To The
'7k home in Starke. sponsored by the Starke

j ;W 1ou..Know Miss Kay Turner and Bob Douglas Seymour of Recreation Department.
Johnson of Jacksonville spent Dr. and Mrs. J.E. Denmarkand Tallahassee spent the week- t
DOCSEvery family and Karen end with his parents, Mr. and
the weekend with Mrs. Janet Chitty
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Andersen Turner. and Randall Bell spent last Mrs. J.D. Seymour. Mrs. Seymour /J' YoJ.w I,
,1 of Naples were Wednesday week at St. Augustine Beach. returned last Thursday
.j 1 Ii overnight guests of her Mrs. W.H. Edwards and from North Florida Regional Friends of H E. Bradley of .
sister. Mrs. Harry Muoty. daughters Cynthia and Mrs. R.O. Dansby spent last Hospital where she underwent Leesburg, former Starke resident I
Susan, and Mrs. Lila Caldwell week with her mother, Mrs. surgery. will regret to hear he ':
,- Mrs. Donald Wainwrighthas spent Sunday at Oklawaha, Marvin Andrews in Ozark, died of a heart attack on Mon. \I h\
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/
i '. returned from Orange Silver Springs and visited Ala. who is in the hospital following Capt. Robert L. Cooper of day. Funeral services were .
\: \\, Park Community Hospital Mrs. Esma Yongue in Fair. a stroke.DUPLICATE. Edwards AFB Calif spent held Wednesday at 4 p.m. in I
l io .: where she underwent eight the weekend with his parents, Leesburg.Mr. i
i J days of surgery and treat field.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper and
ment. and Mrs. attended the Cooper family
Henry Well- BRIDGE
t tthe
... hausen and Mrs. Henry Carterof CLUB RESULTS: reunion at Hart Springs Sun and Mrs. Brad Locke
I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ste. Maxville and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Trigg and Cecelia Ter. day. Also attending the and family of Bradenton spent
Thursday Nite Special wart of Trenton were last Bob McClung and sons of willegar and Dr and Mrs. Jim reunion with the Coopers were weekend with her mother .
7 1 Mrs. Betty MacDonald of Bra- Mrs. Shellie Gerle. ;',
Mmesinger 'I
1H Thursday dinner guests of Mr. Jacksonville were Sunday were tying
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denton, Mr. and Mrs. Donald
1 and Mrs. C.L. Cooper. visitors Mr. and Mrs. Maxie couples at Duplicate Bridge
Foot Long 3 P.M. Tin 10 P.M. Carter, Sr. at Kingsley Lake. Tuesday night. Tying for Cooper of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Hayes visitedMr.
fr. second Mrs. Harold Branham. of and Mrs. L.A. Weekly in .
Mrs. Don Thompson and -* were Mrs. R.A. Green "
\ HOT DOG The Way You Like It, C children of Jacksonville NAS Mrs.: J.W. Kincaid spent the and Mane Dent -amf Jeff Hampton. _" OcaU.Saturday-t.-Monday.- )
and Mrs. Jan Kuechenmeisterof Wrenshall and Minou Wain q
} 99 past week with her sister Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson Mr. and Mrs. F.V. Herlongof
Jacksonville were last Friday :Mrs. C.C. Hoppe in Tampa. wright. of Callahan were Saturday
FRENCH FRIES & SMALL DRINK visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville were Sunday
visitors of!Mrs. Myrtle Ander- visitors of!Mrs W.F. Herlong.Mr. .
Leo Champion. son.


oaaQaa(! V@ (1aoL(] 1T aaa( 13 Mrs.Springs W.B. Thompson former Starke of Silver f7he / arkin e&I dine Mr.of and Miami!Mrs.were Ted Kamared-weekend gins Mountain! attended and Fair Mrs.in the George Hianassee.Georgia Hug- I

resident, attended a nurses guests of Mrs. A.J. Barry and Ga. last Wednesday to Sun
:. 1212 N. Temple 964-6567 seminar Monday to in Thursday Miami Beach last Dog Grooming & family. day. They also visited !Mr. and
I ( !Mrs. Larry Crawford and
Ir r Bathing Mrs. T T. Long spent the daughter, LaRue In Norcross.
All Breeds weekend with her daughter-in- Ga. Mrs. Crawford will be
law and son. Mr. and Mrs.] remembered as the former
404 W. Madison St. Starke David Long in Coral Springs.Mrs. Kathy Brown. Home Demonstration
Agent for Bradford
IS32E Can For Appointment Closed Sun. 8 Mon L.H. Jennings is visit. County.
(Next To Plggly Wiggly) ing Mrs. Genevieve Houghtonin
\ 964-5221 3.18.8"0 Dallas, Texas for two Mrs. Jack Carter and chil-
r \ w eeks.Q dren of Douglasville\ Ga. are
f spending two weeks with her
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c1 I "" 1'1'1 "" 1'1'' ( "I" ai.1r aCDaaaotaaac parents Mr. and Mrs. A.G.
\
5\.0\ Loudon Jr. in Starke and with

'i1oj'(1.\\\ .f\O\ ?. (! (! ]( UGJI3laJruffi her hart:Mr brother-in-law and in Margate.Mrs. Marvin Fla.and sister.Barn-


c:1'.0. !Mr. and :Mrs. Leo Clay of
l ( DQaaCa( ( Cottondale,Ala. were last Fri.
eJ-I C day overnight guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J.H fo'ields.Irs.: .
\ Fields also had as Sunday
mil LEE visitors !Mr and !Mrs Charles
Fields of Jacksonville.Mr. .

I @ 'tft Chicken \ and Mrs. Holbrook Gos-
Wishbone Fried
\ sett and family of Mobile, Ala.
v It were Sunday overnight guestsof

H\I @ I Fried chicken the way it ought M i i to. be.. t : J Mr. and Mrs A.J. Eaves


Ii Dr. and Mrs. 11.11. Adams

I In Lake ButlerLocated from returned aeek's Tuesday vacation of last week in

Maine and Quebec.
On Hwy 100

I Mr and :Mrs Curtis
Edwards were in Orlando Sat
To Celebrate Our Opening We Are Offering urday and Sunday attending a
Florida Hotel meeting.

Mrs. W.!M. Meng and
CHICKEN daughter Dana of St. Peters
burg are spending this week
with her father E.L.
Matthews and family and Mr.
\ and Mrs. Paul Meng. Mr.
,tp't'1..t DINNERS Meng will join the family over

\ the weekend.

t Benjamin Moxley receivedhis
\ ,, 3 ForThe BS in Education degree
., Tuesday,August 17 at graduation -
\ ceremonies at Georgia
Ju norandMO
.. esSPORTSWEAR 2 Southern College, Statesboro
Price Of Ga.


Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Meyer

k At Both Locations This Friday & Saturday and daughter.were weekend Allison of guestsof Jacksonville .

Mr. and Mrs. Howard

ItiilLALMvA LIABLE! COUPON Iii&11IIIII1li Meyer.

i Starke With Coupon Miss Elizabeth Lawson and
4 Rr.o"t. Mrs. Kitty Yates of West

h"A 964-5858 Buy 2 Chicken Dinners Wednesday Palm Beach with spent Mr.Sunday and Mrs.to

H.A. Lawson.
.. -._ And Get One FREE
Lake Butler Misses Naina Harper and
1 r fl BANKAMERIUDD PANTSUITS Offer Good Fri & Sat. Aug. 20 & 21 Mary Whittington of Martins-
.,, 496-2785
: ;: : IT'I: burg W. Va. were last Wednesday
to Friday guests of t"
Rev.and Mrs. George Harper.
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HAMPTON AREA NEWS by Dolor Men J *"*"
Sympathy is extended to the Lois Brown who have Phone 4U-lf Debbie,. in Wilmington;N.C. where she will be returning to
family of Mrs. Mary Lahn who reentered Bradford Bradford County Bookmobile where she was visiting her sis- school after a visit with relatives
died suddenly on August 13. Hospital with medical comp BOOKMOBILE which visits the city each SPECIAL MEETING Tuesday evening August 24, ter, Mrs. Michael Dale. They and friends in Hamptonand
We wish a quick recovery to cations. The community is fortunate Tuesday from 12:30: until 2:30: The Hampton City Councilto at 8 p.m. ix( the City Hall. went on to the Smokey Moun- Starke.
Mrs. Shirley Parker and Mrs. have the services of the will meet in special session on Topics on the agenda are: tains to enjoy camping and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Waters
pm. millage. Insurance, and the sightseeing and have returned and daughters, Lynn and doll,
adoption of a budget.PERSONALS home. have come home after an

DeWitt C. Jones Elect August 9 birthdays were interesting two weeks' vaca
celebrated by Jennie Rhea tion. While in Washington,
The family reunion of the Gene Joyner, Michael Mowry D.C. touring the Capitol, they
ForYour s Forsyth family was held on and Dolores Mengj visited with RepresentativeDon
Funeral Sunday August 15, in Mrs. Anna Johnson tells of a Fuqua, and even had pictures
Home Brooker. delightful trip accompaniedby taken with him. They
State Senate Mrs. L.A. Wiggins and Mrs. her nieces, Karen and also enjoyed a tour of the
Eva Menefee of Jacksonvillewere Kimberly Buhler, when they White House, the Mali Smith-
Sunday guests of Mr. camped in Charlotte N.C. sonian Institute, the Jefferson
STARKE KEYSTONE District 5 0 and Mrs. George Williams. They attended the wild pony Memorial and other historical

... -- -p .. .Mrs"Marjol'ie.Forsyth has roundup at Chincoteague places. Enroute home, they
964.6200 473.3176 Farmer --moved from Starke to live Island where ponies had had a relaxing campout in the
with her mother, Mrs. Barbara crossed over by swimmingfrom Smokies.
George. Her plans are to Assetteague. The girls
RENTALS attend nursing school at Santa had read books about these APOLOGYThe
1 Independent Businessman Fe Community College in ponies and the roundups and Hampton News column
Gainesville.Mr. were thrilled to witness this was missing last week due to
Hospital Beds-WheelChairs and Mrs. Charles Williamson event. They took many pictures the death of Helena Berres, :
and family enjoyed a and visited museums in mother of Mrs. Francis Meng.
& CrutchesThe SPECIAL inn REST... The People! vacation camping trip in the the area. They visited relatives Mr and Mrs. Meng flew to
Smokey Mountains recently.Mr. in Pennsylvania before Toledo Ohio on August 4 to be
Paid Pol. Ad. and Mrs. Charles Hicks returning home. with their families.
picked up their daughter Mr. and Mrs. John Allen
have enjoyed the monthlongvisit HAMPTON: LAKE NEWS

I I Bradford County's Proposed 1976 .1977 BudgetSINKING I Lisa of and their Melanie granddaughters, from Simi, teresting Mark Hodges stories has to many relate in-

Valley, Calif. While visiting after his trip to Montreal
Paul
they enjoyed camping at Canada accompanied by
Board of County Commissioners of Bradford Goldhead Branch State Park, Parsons. Mark and Paul were

County will meet on September 13, 1976 at 9:30: a.m. Compensation Plan . . . . . . . 7130.76 RESERVE visiting Disney World with fortunate enough to have a
for the purpose of hearing and requests and Welfare Services: their aunt Mia Allen from room about two miles from

complaints regarding the 1976-77 budget and from Pauper Burials . . . . . . . . 1125.00 ESTIMATED EXPENSES Gainesville, and Judy the site of the Olympics and
Medicine & Doctor (Vendor paymenrs) . . . 2000.00 BRADFORD COUNTYFor Williams. Cypress Gardenswas attended nearly all the events. .
day to day thereafter if It is deemed necessary. State & County Welfare Programs: the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1977 among their favorite On their drive home they j

Medicaid Hospital . . . . . . . 18313.00 attractions and being with enjoyed Niagara Falls and j
Gilbert S. Brown, Medicaid Nursing Home . . . . . . 21,356.00Recreation Retirement of Bonds . . . . . ._. . 25000.00 their grandparents was a real camping in the Carolinas. .'
Clerk of Circuit Court Departments: Interest on Bonds . . . . . ... . 36,756.26 joy. Lisa and Melanie took a Alan Ganstine, son of Mr.
Starke . . . . . . . . . . 11,00000Hampton Printing of Coupons . . . . . . . . 75.00 flight home on August 18. and Mrs. Larry Ganstine, has
GENERAL FUND . . . . . . . . . 1000.00 John Brodsky, uncle of Mrs. enjoyed a busy summer. Fol-
Lawtey . . . . . . . . . . 1000.00 APPROPRIATIONS . . . . . 61,831.25RESERVE Arthur Bruno, has returned lowing a three weeks' visit
ESTIMATE OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS Brooker . . . . . . . . . 1000.00 FOR CASH BALANCE TO BE home to Sharon, Mass. after with relatives in Atlanta, he
BRADFORD COUNTYFor Theressa . . . . . . . . . 1000.00 CARRIED FORWARD . . . . . . 74,258.63 visiting in the area. went on a camping programat
the Fiscal Year Ending September! 30. 1977 Pleasant Grove . . . . . . . . 500.00 TOTAL BUDGET (Should Equal Amount. Available Chris Lundgren left by bus Crystal Lake. Alan partici-
Lincoln City . . . . . . . . 500.00 for Budgeting, Form CF-415)) . . . . : .'. 136089.88 .on August 15 for New York pated in a swimming pro-
TAXES 3.021 Mills on assessed valuation Speedville . . . . . . . . 500.00 gram, archery air nflery
of$131,354 . . . . .. . . 9 396,820.43State Ubrary: ;] J nature walks, and camp
Brant to Library . . . . . . 5552.00 Contribution . . . . . . . . :. 26831.00 BUILDING RESERVEESTIMATE ); 1o.J now '. crafts. He also became Inter-
Book Mobile . . . . . . . 3588.00 Agriculture & Home Economist ested in Chess while at camp.
City Grant to Library . . . . . . . 4750.00 (Breakdown) . . . . . . . . 26256.17 OF REVENUES & RECEIPTS STARKE LOCALS The Paul Meng and Francis
Federal Reimbursement Civil Defense . . 11884.50 Community Service for Age . . . . . 3747.00 BRADFORD COUNTY Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Ham Meng families were pleas-
Federal Revenue Sharing . . . . . 182,567.00 Referral Service . . . . . . . . 489.00 For the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1977 ilton attended the sixth annual antly surprised on August 13
Insurance Agents License . . .. . . . 400.00 with the visit of former Hampton -
Motor Boat . . . . . . . .00 Soil Conservation: Racing Monies . . . . . . . . 223250.00 reunion of the 214th CA AAA residents Carl and Mary
Registration Contribution . . . . . . . . . 620.00 Georgia National Guard held
Mobile Home License . . . . . . . 5,833.36 Beck who were accompaniedby
Alcoholic Beverage License . . . . . 2044.80 'Reserve for Contingencies: TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS & BALANCES . 223250.00 in Gainesville Ga. Saturdayand their daughter, Carolyn
Mosquito Control State 1 . . . . . . 18750.00 County (Not to Exceed) . . . . . . 11000.00 Sunday. While the Ha mil- Harrell and children Ashlee
Mosquito Control State 11 . . . . . . 2,100.00 Clerk ((10% of Total Budget) . . . . . . 600.00 tons were in Georgia and Chris. They have been living
Contractors Registration . . . . . . 255.00 Other Property Appraiser . . . . . . 1000.00 BUILDING RESERVEESTIMATED Thursday to Monday they also in Grove Hill. Alabama
State Revenue Sharing . . . . 80703.00 Liquid Investments (Cost) . . . . . . 70000.00 EXPENSES and visited Atlanta.Mr. relatives. in Winder where their sons. Buddy and
Refund Taxes Homestead Exemption . . . 16,130.60 TOTAL BUDGET (Should Equal Amount Available for BRADFORD COUNTYFor Terry are nearby.
Occupational License . . . . . . 6247.42 Budgeting Form CF-415)) . . . . . 1010404.88 the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1977 and Mrs. Mac Baldwin !Mrs. Paul Meng and Mrs!
Clerk Circuit Court Receipts . . . . . .39,541.45City Oldsmobile George Simpson drove to
attended the
Grant Mosquito Control . . . . . 5040.00 .; ROAD & BRIDGEESTIMATE Transfer Sinking Reserve Fund . . . . 53117.15 showing in Atlanta Saturdayto C'la.ston Ga. on August 13 to
City Reimbursement Civil Defense . . . . 2500.00 RECEIPTS Transfer General Fund . . . . . . 22846.14 pick up Joe Meng who had
Rent . . . . .. . . . 1,380.00 BRADFORD OF REVENUES COUNTYFor AND Transfer Road & Bridge Fund . . . . 118,287.71 Tuesday. spent one week at a camp
Zoning 1977 Transfer to Fine Forfeiture Fund . . . . 29000.00 Friends of Mrs. Don Bag. there. They also brought back
Unincorporated . . . .. . . . 9000.00 the Fiscal Year Ending September 30. five other campers from the
well will to hear of the
Incorporated . . . . . . . . 9885.70 TAXES .575 Mills on assessed valuations of 131.54 75,52855Emergency APPROPRIATIONS . . . . . 223250.00 death of regret her grandmother ala) area.
Mr! and Mrs. Carlton
Motor Vehicle Inspection . . . . . TOTAL BUDGET (Should Equal Amount Availablefor Mrs. Dora Wolfe who died Mengand
. . . . . . . Employment Grant 10,300.00Gas daughter. Angela
UnincorporatedIncorporated 16878.00 Budgeting Form CF-415)) . . . . . 223250.00 accompanied -
& Motor . . . . . . . . 69,590.79Pour Monday night in Madison,
. . . . . . . . . 8000.00 by Mrs. Bill Meng and
Fees Over Trust . . . . . . . 180,510.39 Tenn. daughter. Dana, from St.
Delinquent . . . . .
Miscellaneous Revenue . . . . . . . 6.76 Surplus Gas Tax . . . 12,179.41 CAPITAL OUTLAYESTIMATE Petersburg spent August( 15
Reimbursement from city Temple Avenue . . . 3,500.00 Local admittances to Brad- with their parents. Betsy and

TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS . . . 829858.02 OF REVENUES & RECEIPTS ford County Hospital 1 this Dana are staying on for a visit
Less5% . . . .. . . . 41492.90 TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS . . . . .351,609.14 BRADFORD COUNTY week include: Leo Pittman with relatives and friends in
Balances to be brought forward: Cash . . .199,19462 LESS5% . . . . . . . . . 17,58046Balances For the Fiscal. Year Ending September 30, 1977 and Mrs. Shirley Parker of the area.
1980TRANSFERS . . .-. 22846.14 to be brought forward: Cash . . . 70,336.67 !''II' Hampton; Mrs. Nita Rosier, 1.
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS & BALANCES 1,010,404.88 1980 Transfers . . . . . . . . 118,28771 Interest on Certificate of Deposit 205,741.37 x 61/2% 13373.19 Mrs. Rosie Bailey Miss UIIIUHNK\\S: : *
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS & BALANCES . 522,653.06 Interim Financing on Solid Waste Project . . 55000.00 Valane Wright and James Members of the Hampton *-.
I IMillage Levied Last Year 3 093. Estimated This Year 3.021) Davis Sr., Lawtey ; Mrs Baptist Church participated in
ROAD & BRIDGEESTIMATED TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS . . . . 68373.19 Mary P. Woodburn, Brooker; a youth campout at the Roger
GENERAL FUND EXPENSES Less% . . . . . . . . . . 3,418.66 Mrs. Annie Morris, Grover Jones home on Lake Alto.
BRADFORD COUNTYFor 95% of Estimated Receipts . . . . . 84,954.53 Davis, Mrs. Christine Hughes, The St. Kdward's: Catholic-
ESTIMATED EXPENSES Balances to be brought forward: Cash . . . 19,000.00 Mrs. Alice Williams. Mrs. Church: held a parish picnic at
Fiscal Year 30 1977
BRADFORD COUNTYFor the Ending September 151 Liquid Investments (Cost) . . .. . 205,741.37 Anna Zacek and George Pre the Jo'rancish'ng: home on

the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1977 Salaries . . . . . . . . . .167,968.07 TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS & BALANCES . 289,695 vatt, Starke. August( 15 \\ IlI'n Reverend

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS: Other Personal Services . . . . . . 3000.00 Dr. Jean Muncly, Dr. Father Patrick Foley was
Salaries, County Commissioners . . . . 32,810.00Other Matching Funds . . . . . . . . .24,943.26Gas Frances Cannon and :Miss welcomed! as the new pastor
Lubricants . . . . . . . 25,000.00 CAPITAL OUTLAYESTIMATED Besides gad food and fellowship -
Personal Services . . . . . . 2,686.00 Oil Sharon Sofford of Tallahassee Softball
Matching Funds . . . . . . . 20.790.2'-' Materials for upkeep. Roads & Bridge . . . 30000.00 EXPENSES spent the weekend at the a well game was
Unemployment & Health Insurance . . . . 10644.00 Miscellaneous Supplies & Expenses . . . . 2000.00 BRADFORD COUNTYFor Mundy cottage at Kingsley enjoyed as swimming
Small Tools Under $25.00 . . . . . . 2000.00 horse riding and trampolineaclix
Supplies ft Expenses . . . . . . . 6,26868 the Fiscal Year Ending September 30 1977 Lake.
Auto Allowance & Travel . . . . . . 2,669.52 Road tax due Municipalities . . . . . 10041.73 ity
Fleet W. Health . . . . 25000.00 ........................... ..
Insurance & Bonds . . . . . . . 10,000.00 Insurance Comp. Future Construction Chapter 129.02 ((041) . . 234695.90 Mrs. Michael Johnson and
Subscriptions . . . . . . . . 2,000.00 Maintenance County Barn . . . . . . 1000.00 Completion of Solid Waste Project . . . . 55000.00 daughters. Cathy and On a bus: "I'd like to be
Advertising . . . . . . . . 1,000.00 Equipment . . . . . . . . 50000.00 Michelle of Kennesaw. Ga. that guy Paul that j
Attorney Fees & Discharges. . . . . . . 5000.00 Main. of Equipment Tires Parts Etc. . . . 40,000.00RW TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS . . . . . 289695.90 and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Eneix ever>bod>"'11 robbing Peter II
Communication Costs . . . . . . . 6,037.00 Paving Recording Easements . . . . . .00 TOTAL BUDGET (Should Equal Amount Available for of Fairmont, W. Va. have been to pay."LinE't."
Maintenance of Equipment . .. . . . . 6,000 00 Maintenance of Secondary Roads . . . . 125,000.00EEA Budgeting, Form CF-415)) . . . . . . 289,695.90LAW guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe )' (>pe" 'in Chicago
North Cen. Fla Regional Planning Council . . 2,369.75New Grant for Salaries . . . . . . 15300.00 Gissy during the past week Tribune

Equipment . . . .. . . . . 4,728.34 .............................u....... ....... ..............
Land . . . . .. . . . . 3000.00 RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES: . . . . 1400.00 LIBRARY FUND
Clerk: TOTAL BUDGET (Should Equal Amount Available for New Roofing of Any Type Tear Off & Re-Roofing

Salary Clerk . . . . .. . . . 21156.00 Budgeting Form CF-415)) . . . . . 522.653 ESTIMATE OF REVENUES & RECEIPTS Roof Repairs Painting & Coating Gutter Work
Salary, Clerk's Assistants . .. . . . . 70,492.75 BRADFORD COUNTYFor
Expenses Other than Salaries Clerk . . . . 29,55552 FINE & FORFEITURE the Fiscal Year Ending September 30. 1977
Equipment Clerk . . . .. . . . . 1,000.00
County Attorney: ESTIMATE REVENUES & RECEIPTS Filing Fees Ordinance No. 73.2 County . . . 1100.00 NASSAU ROOFING CO.

Retainer Fee . . . . .. . . . . 2,425.00Tax BRADFORD COUNTYFor
Assessor: the Fiscal Year Ending September 30. 1977 TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS . . . . 1100.00 -A r v ITi/i/iio/i s-

Salary, Tax Assessor . . .. . . . 21156.00 Less% . . . . . . . . . . -55.00
Salary, Assistants . . . . . . . 50011.00 TAXES .849 Mills on assessed valuation of 1131.354.' 111519.54 TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS & BALANCES . 1045.00
Expenses other than Salaries Assessor . . . Fines & BondsIncorporated
Collector: 13,755.00Tax . . . . . . . . 15292.04
. . . . . . . .
Unincorporated 55,371.00Civil
Fees & Commissions . .. . . . .
70.000.00Fore Fees . . . . . . . . . . 5,438.22 LAW LIBRARY FUND P.O. Box 101
Bradford Departments: . . . Miscellaneous Revenue . . . . . . . . .00 ESTIMATED EXPENSES Phone: 266-4857 Baldwin Fla. 32234
County Vol. . . . .
9.00000 Violent Death . . . . . . . . 1,404.00TOTAL BRADFORD COUNTYFor
. .
Lawtey . . . . . 4500.00 "
Hampton . . . . . . 4100.00 the Fiscal Year Ending September 1977
Brooker . . . . . . ESTIMATED RECEIPTS . . . . 189,024.80LESS
Old J
2,500.00Starke . . . . . . . . Dirty Man -Little Old Lady
. . . . . . 8700.00 5% 9451.24 Maintaining Law Library . . . . . . 1,045.00
Theressa . . . . . 2000.00 Balances to be brought forward: Cash . . . . . 00
Supervisor of Elections: 1980 Transfers . . . . . . . . 99000.00 APPROPRIATIONS . . . . . 1045.00 AnybodyMotorized

Salary, Supervisor . . . . . 12816.00 TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS & BALANCES .278,57356 TOTAL BUDGET (Should Equal Amount Availablefor
Salary. Assistant to Supervisor . . . . . 5040.00 Budgeting Form CF-415)) . . . . . 1,045.00 Transportation -
Auto Allowance & Travel . .. . . . . 150.00 FINE & FORFEITUREESTIMATED
Election Supplies & Expenses . . . . . 5,000.00 EXPENSES Up To 25 mph Street Legal
Court House and Annexes: BRADFORD COUNTYFor HEALTH FUND No Helmet RequiredNo

Salary Custodians . . . . . . 14.44300 the Fiscal Year Ending September 30. 1977 ESTIMATE Of REVENUES AND RECEIPTS Drivers License Required
Materials (for upkeep of Courthouse & Grounds . 4000.00 BRADFORD COUNTYFor

Utilities & Fuel . . . . . . 13,000.00 Witness & Jury Fees . . . . . . 3,71650 the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1977 (75 yr* a daM _

Other Administrative Buildings. Other Court Costs . . . . . . 20,000.00 No Tag, No Insurance] j
Materials for upkeep of Buildings & grounds . . 736 80 Supplement State Attorney . . . . . . 4,312.38 TAXES .321 Mills on assessed valuation 1131.354., 42,16463 No e
Publicity: Supplement Public Defender . . . . . 2.215.68 Inspection
Chamber of Commerce . . . . . . 6,50000 Maintenance County Jail . . . . . . 450.00 TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS . . . . 42,16463 150 MGG
Veteran Service Officer: Inquest f'hyslclans Fees . . . . . . . .00 Less 5% . . . . . . . . . 2,10823 GR&ATfOR SCHOOL TRANSPORTATION
Salary. Veteran Service Officer . . . . . 3,78000 Sheriff: TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS & BALANCES . 40056.40 .
Supplies & Expenses . . . . . . . 400.00 Sheriff Salary . . . . . . . 20,294.00 r
Auto Allowance & Travel . . . . . . 130 00 Salaries Deputies & Assistants . . . . 113,859 00 COMING THIS MONTH
Forestry & Fire Control: Expenses other than salaries Sheriff . . . . 84.756.00Investigations. HEALTH FUND
Contribution . . .. . . . . 7,01151 . . . . . . . 3,800.00 '0 ESTIMATED EXPENSES ""... THE PERFORMANCE CHAMP IS HERE!
Zoning: Equipment Sheriff . . . . . . . 19370.00 BRADFORD COUNTYFor
Salaries . . . .. . . . . 26,42850 ALL NEW
Supplies & Expenses . . .. . . . . 9548.34 'RESERVE FOR CONTENGENCIESCounty the Fiscal Year Ending September 30 1977 MOM.PERFORMANCE4CYLVSDER

Auto Allowance Travel . .. . . . . 3,100.00 (Not to Exceed) . . . . . . 1.000.00 Sent to State Board of Health Under Chapter STROKE

Motor Vehicle Inspection: Sheriff ((10% of Total Budget) . . . . . 5000.00 154.02 Florida Statutes . . . . . . 40,056.40 UKI
Salaries . . . . . . . . 14.700.00 TOTAL BUDGET (Should Equal Amount Available jRfl
& . . . . . . . .,. .
Supplies Expenses 8,383.00Auto for Budgeting, Form CF-415)) . . . . 278,573.56 APPROPRIATIONS . . . . . 40,05640
Allowance & Travel . .. . . . . . 86.00 TOTAL BUDGET (Should Equal Amount Available OT7 t

Civil Defense: SINKING for Budgeting. Form CF-415)! ) . . . .
RESERVEESTIMATE .
Salaries . . . . .. . . . . 16,758.00 40.058,40 GS750COME
Supplies & Expenses . . . . . . 15,884.00 OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS
Auto Allowance & Travel . .. . . . . . 750.00 BRADFORD COUNTYFor / SEE IT
Mosquito Control: the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1977 4; .JAJ

(Breakdown In Individual Funds) . . . . 43100.00 Clerk All 76 Models/Financing Available
Circuit Court.
Bradford County Hospital: Permanent Transfer from Building Reserve . . 53,117.15
Contribution . . . . . . . 138,454.00 Interest on Investment In C.D. 76,109.18 X 111/2% . 4,947.10 c
Mental Health: .. _. ... .. ... -" ..- .UZUKI STARKE
Contribution . . . . . 26,024.00 TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS . . 58,064.25: -a; ---rLJ ( "--' -
Incompetency Hearings . . . . . 500.00 Balances to be brcfught forward: Cash . 1,916.46 c.. jV(6 304
Tubercular Care: 151 Liquid Investments (lCostl) . . . 78,109.18 E. Call Starke Fla. 964-6020
Medical 360.00 TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS & BALANCES 138,089 88 n.

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I OBITUARIESDucky Father Foley New Pastor St. Edward'sReverend Mrs. Annie W. Dewberry,
81, died August 10. \I
A Starke resident, Mrs.
Linsin Robert C. Father Patrick H. ception Church in Jackson Edward's, Father Foley Dewberry was born in Central ,
Haves Foley from Pensacola took ville. Then he went to Sacred taught Senior Theology for Falls Rhode Island, and was
Oliver L. (Ducky) Llnsin, over the pastorate of St. Heart Church to seve as pas- four years at Bishop Kenny an Army nurse during World =5=Tc -
Keystone Heights. Born Starke, died Thursday, August 1.Father. After assisting at St. Cather Survivors include her ::::::i r ::::::i ::=:JcJ:::: : J
August! 27, 1911 in St. Louis August 12, in Durham N. C. Foley was educatedat ine's in Orange Park, Father husband Roy A. Dewberry of
Missouri, Mr. Linsin operated reportedly of a cerebralhemorrhage. Pensacola Catholic High Foley assisted a former St. N1r'NrINMMY0..1Double
A welcoming reception was Starke, one son, and one
a department store in Starke and went on to St. Mary's College Edward's pastor, Msgr. held sister.
,
Sunday .
and Keystone Born in Oxford, N. C. March Harold Jordan, at Jackson Aug. 15 for
Heights. He was in St. Mary, Kentucky for Father Foley when Funeral services were held
a parish
a member of the Baptist 18, 1952, Hayes was a college his B.A. in Philosophy. He ville's Assumption Catholic was August 12 at the graveside in
picnic enjoyed at the
church. student at the time of his received his M.A. In Theologyat Church. Hampton Lake home of Mr. Warren Simth Cemetery, Garage Or Work Shop 22'x26'SPECIAL
Survivors Some St. Edward's
include his death. the Seminary of St. Vincentde young and Mrs. Francis Jacksonville. DeWitt C. Jones
widow; Aileen a daughter Survivors are : his parents, Paul in Boynton Beach, parishioners recognized their Meng. Funeral HOme handled local .
Mrs.Marlene Johnson of Lake Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Florida. His Deacon year was new pastor as having acted at arrangements. : :
Geneva; a son, Larry Linsin Hayes, of Starke; a brother spent at Pontifical College Camp-St. John Director' when I. r
of Gainesville; and two grand- James Hayes of Starke, andthree Josephinum in Columbus, they camped there. l in Switzer -
children. sisters: Brenda Streaterof Ohio. Father Foley was land during the summers of 16'x7') Metal Overhead Door
Funeral services were held Virginia, Rebecca Hayes of ordained on March 25, 1972,. at 1973 and 1974.Preceeding. A % ,ft* 3'0"x6'8" Entrance Door
Tuesday at DeWitt C. Jones Durham, N. C., and Carol Pensacola's Sacred Heart his coming to St. rum: $ 2 if
Windows 9 9
5
Chapel in Keystone Heights Hayes, of Starke. Church. 2.34" Shingle Hung i
with Rev. Merle Packhamofficiating. Funeral Services were held Father Foley's first assign- Shingle RoofConcrete I
Burial followed in Monday, August 16, at the ment was at Jacksonville'sChrist CARD OF THANKS Block Construction I
Hope Cemetery. DeWitt C. DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with the King parish. He Words cannot express our
Jones Funeral Home of Keystone Rev. John Wagner and Rev. next went to Immaculate Con- special thanks to all our 4" Concrete Slab Boor W/Apron
Heights handled the Jim Love olliciating. Burial friends and neighbors. Also R J'!
arrangements. followed at the Kingsley Lake doctors, nurses, rescue and Also J
Cemetery. Madison Street hospital employees for the

Francis Hulleck Baptist Church many prayers,acts flowers of kindness and rOOd Liquid Chicken 16'x12' Family Room Concrete Block ;I

Francis X. Halleck, 57, of Mary E. Lalin during our bereavement.
New Jersey, died August 13 All are invited to attend. -Family of John W. FertilizerDelivered Complete. $2665
while visiting friends in Key Mrs. Mary E. Lahn, 66, of Sunday: Sunday School, Thomas
stone Heights. He was born Star Route, Hampton, died 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship,
November 30, 1918 in Gloster Friday, August 13. 11 a.m.; Children's Worship, CARD OF & Spread For You Bank Financing Available 'i/
THANKS
City, New Jersey. Mrs. Lahn was born on 11 a.m.; Church Training, 6:15:
Remains were sent to South March 10, 1910, in p.m.; Evening Worship, 7:30: The Robert L. Hayes family l

Orange and, New interment.Jersey for DeWittC. services Pennsylvania.member of the Presbyterian She was a p.m.A.nursery Is provided for all wishes friends to who thank were all of the so many much $100PWTn 468-1985 G. K. ( Gerry) Ely r

services. help and comfort in our timeof
Jones Funeral Home of Church.
Keystone Heights handled Survivors include: her Tuesday: Morning Bible sorrow during the illness 6 Tons To The Truck Building Contractor I
and subsequent death of our
local arrangements. husband, William Lahn of Study. 10 a.m. Now studying
Hampton, and two daughters, Romans, Chapter 9. You are son and brother God bless Robert each C.of W.A. Prevatt Hampton, Fla. 964-5294 964.8851 I
Bud MoodyWilliam Mrs. Barbara Shippey of invited. Hayes. May
Resselle Park, N.J., and Mrs. you.
"Bud" Moody. 71 Janet Brownlee of Hartford
died Sunday at New River Michigan.
after an extended illness.A Funeral services were held
lifelong resident of Wednesday August 18, at the 1
Bradford County, Mr. Moodywas Crosby Lake Cementery with
electrician and a Rev. Leroy Olive officiating.
an
155 W. Call
member of the First Christian 1
Church. THURS. THRU : :
FIRST CHRISTIAN
Survivors include a sister, .
Mrs. Leona Dukes of Lake CHURCH Starke Fla. .. ;
Call&Christian SU.
Butler; and two brothers; I.s. MON. ONLY
Minister Jim Love
:
Fernie and Seeber Moody,
Bible Study, 9:45:
Sunday:
both of Lake Butler, and many
and a.m.; Morning Worship,

nieces Tuesday Archer Funeral Funeral in services nephews.the chapel Home were,of Lake held the Evening 10:45 Wednesday: ; Youth Worship Meeting: Bible, 7 p.m., 6 Study p.m.; BACK TO SCHOOL IN COMFORT, STYLE & SAVINGS !

Butler. Rev. Robert Haisten, and prayers, 8 p.m. MB Kv ff7 Rto BlIBVjK /75v l *C? > >
Public invited to worshipand
Rev.Brannen Cribbs and Rev. .
fellowship.
Laurie McKinney officiated. (
Burial was in McKinney MEN'SNYLON LADIES' : .1
Cemetery. Archer Funeral St. Mark's PRINT! MISSES' .. I
Home handled arrangements. OR ; ,
ACRYLIC ,
Episcopal Church b ; WESTERNSHIRTS .- TOPS ,
Mrs. Bessie SappMrs. "
l .
Sunday: 8:30: a.m., Holy SAVE ?
j:
Bessie R. Sapp, 80, Eucharist; 10 a.m., Morning Ri c m 11o 3
died August 12. Prayer. O/ Large array,to *? U *
,
A lifetime resident of Monday: 7:15: a.m., Openingof 5 choose from f EA. i EAl ,
born SMLXLmi CHALK UPSAVINGS ON SCHOOL SUPPLIES!
Lawtey November, Mrs.22, 1895.Sapp She was was a St. Mark's Child Caring MO MM l at6.99to699" ".-; .
Center. \\i ** ,'
member of Evergreen Baptist 200 COUNT 70 COUNT j

Church.Survivors include: four Morgan Road SCHOOL FILLER THEME BOOK

daughters: Mrs. Jamie Clubbof BOYS' PAPER F
Delta, Colorado; Mrs. Baptist Church MM MOM ,. GIRLS'
Mildred Petzel of Gainesville; DENIM tl
.. six sons; Gerow, Joe, George, Sunday; Sunday School.. .10 JACKETS ''WCO, 3s' 2 PC.
\!, James and Charles Sapp, all a.m.; Morning Worship, and W
of Lawtey and William Sapp of Services for the Deaf, 11 l a.m.? SO77 LIMIT wun KNIT \
Gervais, Oregon; one sister, Training Union, 6:30: p.m.. EA.MEM'S$4tI..
Mrs. Rossie Reddish of Evening Worship 7:30: p.m.
Lawtey; 34 grandchildren and Wednesday: Mid Week ill PANT SUITS
22 greatgrandchildren.Funeral Prayer Service and Bible A =
'
services were held Study, 7:30: p.m.; Choir Practice 90 COUNT COUNT -. \
August 15 in DeWitt C. JOnes 8:15: p.m.Everyone BOYS' SPIRAL .
Chapel, Rev. Cecil Crawford Welcome S8
officiating. Burial was in WESTERN SUBJECTS r
Evergreen Cemetery. DeWittC. SHIRTS BOOK CII '
Jones Funeral Home
handled the arrangements.Man American Indian reading $377 67c' Assorted Colors,|
letter to tribal members: FOR I l in the Latest

"It's from the mayor of New Styles.'BOYS' .
to wife at dinner York. They have another
deal for us." .,. ..
table: "Are you sure this Is
the duck and not the decoy?" Ralph Dunagin Field I I
Newspaper Syndicate ''r i
-Hoeat, King Features WESTAI SCHOOL .. .w ,
t
.. R 1 ORGANIZER GIRLS' & BOYS1tti
.
PLANTS PLANT FOOD. II JEANS Oil
\ ? DIAPER
a r
3 TO 8 A ) L : TOTE BAG A SETS

= 6 TO 18L I BINDER SETBOYS' ____.___7 (, i


We're Preparing For New Fall 3 TO t$444k4TO r : ;
1.
.i ;
: ,: SHORT SLEEVE
r, Shipments We Need The Room! Assorted Colors
IS s4aa KNIT SHIRTS and Styles

ALL LANDSCAPE PLANTS r r PHOTO PRINTS

SHADE & FRUIT TREES TIE DYES
JR. FOOTBALL JERSEYS

HOUSE PLANTSMany BOYS' y ) 2 $3 Sizes 2THUR .), '' LADIES'MISSES' &

Favorite Varieties TIE-DYE v t 16 .R
re J LONG
All Sizes Save Now JEANS & '
GOWNSJACKETS
; LADIES'TERRY ., 'irCHOICE
,
c. Sl"YOUR 3 to 6X ; SCUFFS 1 I (
.
IILOllg '' x" Tricot and Foam Padded I :
TEENS' BLUE DENIM GYM Crepe Sole ,

$357 OXFORDS RE*. $447 $ Ii"I I klll(( 82

f1 $3.00 Jfi p* I rR. ISA.H .

SAVE 50% u I { \
& Short Handle
Mfr to sell at 7 99 eam FIRST 1
o/ .
I QUALITY r< GIRLS' 7 TO 14 -- >

,,111111) HAND TOOLS "-. t ii\ POLYESTER & .

Gardening Tools You'll Need MEN'S & BOYS'BASKETBALL I o, t COTTON

For Fall.Choose '
BLOUSES
% a,...+...,,,,1 uid. *_ M.-de.nU.SA.. REO. OXFORDS i / .
Full Cushion Insole $3.00 GIRLS'
From m LUX ** ** |
Our Entire stock roll ;, WIND-UP Suction'' Sol> $A*m I PR./ / $1 1 *aVWJ! ( 4 TO 14

I P j i'2 ALARM -F KNIT TOPS
THIRSTY HAND TOWELS [\
g 3 CLOCK JUMBO s 77e

,, 4 h $ I IA.
Black Kow Brand Composted s S k BATH TOWELS 2 FOR 1

COW MANUREFor IA. .

$188 WASH CLOTHS

All Fall Vegetable & Flower $2GARDEN 2 9 351

Gardening 50 Lb. Bag Reg. 2" ?c ;

e -.-. -w w-w. -mac.
I --7' JERGEN'S CREST
OIIDA Lunt: SECRnSOZ.1 us', PRELL LOTION // '/
TOOTHPASTE!
2
ANT1- SHAMPOO 1-'
EsT CENTE1 :
atr >PERSPIRANT | / SOZ.1VII bE' 10 OZ. SIZE 7 OZ. SIZE
ONtROL +., II :. G .
E. Call St.
539
c ///.e UNITS 1

Call 964-5745. kc!(% 67,1 $ 17 I 87 IA. 87,1 \
Also In. Ocala EA.WMUMAMTiTMIUfT. f
Home Ottlce: Gainesville Fla. Est 1949 WMLI MAMTtmS LAST j
Crystal River; & Palatka Lake City Starke Jacksonville wMLE NANnTNS LAST IUUT1 WI U MAHTITiniACTT
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. 16 TELEGRAPH August 19. 1978
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CUBB To Publish Service DirectoryIn
Legal SENIOR CITIZENSMr.
I ----- LEGALS-
NOTICE OF an effort to better serve In the event that your busi-
SHERIFF'S SALE Speaker, attorney, John Karl Hoist came to our Head Start parents and the ness or agency has not been
Notice Is hereby given that I, Haswelt, of Store Front meeting and thanked us for all Clay, Union Baker and Brad- contacted you may secure a

I Charts J. Schaefer Mayor. 32601, and file the original with NOTICE Dolph E. Reddish, as sheriff of Legals aid, Eighth Judicial! of our prayers, cards visits. ford county communities the community resource file entry
Commissioner of the CIty of the clerk of the above styled PUBUC HEARINGA Bradford County, Florida, under Circuit Inc. 926 S.W. 2nd Ave., Karl is undergoing cobalt CUBB Economic Agency by calling 964-7555 or 964-8161
Starke, Florida by virtue of the court on or before September7th public hearing will be held at and by virtue of Writ of Execution Gainesville, 372-0519. treatments at Shands Head Start Program is pub- in Starke or by writing to Stewart -

Authority vested to me by law, 1976; otherwise a judgmentmay the City Hall, Starke, Fla., to-wit: addressed the membership of Hospital, Gainesville and has lishing a community resource at Post Office Drawer
do hereby call a First Primary be entered against you for Tuesday, Sept. 7, 1976 at 5:00: Execution Issued out of Circuit the Bradford County Senior had to have many blood trans. directory.The 970, Starke Florida 32091
Election to be held at the Fire the relief demanded In the com P.M. for the following purpose: Court of Clay County, Florida Citizens Club on Wills and fusions. He donated small project is headed by ) Director will
Station, In the foresaid City by plaint or petition. Racing a mobile home at the pursuant to a Final Judgment for probate court and general In. small games made as gifts to Nathan Stewart who is Social be distributed in the four

qualified voters on Tuesday, WITNESS my hand and theseal following locations: Clarence J. Dear and Louise D. formation on the Florida our club members. Service Coordinator for the counties.

September 14, 1976, A.D., for I of said Court on August 4th All parties will be heard at this Dear and against Ray Brum Legal Services for the elderly Arthur Lockwood who had a Head Start Program. ._ _.4
the purpose of electing the following 1976. time. bough and Lovelda Brumbaugh, and the poor. It was a lively leg amputation in the Veterans -
officers: 1)) Gerald and Patty Cason defendants, in the amount of half hour session with many Hospital, Gainesville
Gilbert S. Brown 313 East Market Road. 22 6S $9,307.69 together with costs of questions from the floor recently was transferred to Attention
222606. 275 ft. of Blk 2 S of R 2 thrown I:
GROUP As Clerk of said Court collection. at Mr. Haswell who the Starke Nursing Home.
ONE COMMISSIONER TWO By: Marian McRae Ethat Has Wof Gr. Rd. Ex. the N Have seized and have in my answered adequately. A big That makes three former club a
YEARS I As Deputy Clerk 10 ft. In Temples SID ex R/W. possession the following hand was given and Mr. Has members using that facility -

,0 8/12 4tchg 9/2 described personal property to- well promised to return again, Jessie Bowden, Lisa Hansen, TaxpayersDo .;
GROUP3 AI Crosby, Chairman wit: soon, for more talks to us. and Arthur. Get well cards
ONE COMMISSIONER TWO ----------- Starke Zoning Board Commence at the Southeast Thank you, Mr. Haswell. were sent to all, also Ernest t

YEARS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Merrill Edwards corner of Lot 6 INDIAN BEACH, Joe Kerrigan was elected Bonawandt former club I
BRADFORD COUNTY, City Clerk Unit 3, run West 300' for point of delegate to the Congress of treasurer, who is in Bradford You NeedA
GROUPS FLORIDA Itchg 8/19 continue West 50 Senior Citizens Organizationsof County Hospital. Visits wouldbe
............................. beginning Fla. Inc. appreciated by all of them.
ONE COMMISSIONER TWO thence North 5 degrees West Legislative
YEARS PROBATE DIVISION NOTICE 356' to Southerly rightofwayState Conference on Aging, to be Future events of our club County
File Number,76215CP112492) INVITATION TO BID Road S-21-B Leg "A", held at the Princess Martha will include a Funny Hat -

TERMS OF OFFICE ( ) To furnish lumber concrete, thence South 80 degrees East Hotel St. Petersburg, Aug. 20-() Covered Dish Luncheon for CommissionerThatWiII
CHANGING LENGTH OF block, concrete and steel, angle 350' South along the West right- 22 Ms. Louise Newman will our Halloween party. Door
TERMS OF CITY CLERK, CHIEF IN RE: ESTATE OF JERRY E. iron, fill dirt, hardware and of-way State Road 21, 292.43', be a delegate from the Keystone prizes will be drawn for.

OF POLICE AND CITY COM- STIUSON,' Deceased. miscellaneous to renovate Unit North 81 degrees West 300' Heights area. We close our meetings by To Hold Down
MISSIONERS FROM TWO No. 3, Bradford County State South 7 degrees East 62.5' to Changes in leadership of our forming a circle of unity in Fight
YEARS TO FOUR YEARS BEGINNING NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO Farmers' Market. point of beginning. ALSO the club were made at our last which we join hearts and
OCTOBER 1977. ALL PERSONS HAVING For further details contact Mr. Southerly 62.5' of the East 300' regular meeting. Mrs. Della hands and sing appropriatesongs Your Tax Millage ?
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Robert Allen, Jr.. Manager of Lot 6 of INDIAN BEACH, Unit Speed was elected unani- till we meet again.
(VOTE FOR EACH OFFICE SEP AGAINST THE ABOVE Bradford County State Farmers' 3, lying and being in Section 35, mously to replace Ms. Hazel We look forward to initiating
ARATE) ESTATE:: Market P.O. Box) 98, Starke, Township 8 South, Range 22 Richards, corresponding secretary to club membership Ms. IF SO DON'T TAKE A CHANCE
1-CITY CLERK Within three months from the Florida, Phone 904/964-6961 or who resigned after ful- Scott, a Starke Nursing Home

FOR A Four Year Term ( ) time of the first publication of Mr.W.O. Whittle Chief Bureauof East.As the property of the above filling that post for many employee, at our next meet- Eti .
AGAINST A Four Year Term this notice you are required to State Markets, P.O. Box) named defendant and that on years. ing, Tuesday August 24, at 1 .
I ) file with the clerk of the Circuit 1191, Winter Haven, Florida Monday, the 13th day of Sept Mr. Lewis Smith was also p.m. Starke Rec. Center
Court of Bradford County, Florida 33880, Phone 8132933169.Mail ember, 1976 at twelve o'clock elected 3rd Vice President. A Pratt St."Never. Ralph Bryan

2-CHIEF OF POLICE Probate Division, the bids to reach the office of Noon on said day on the pre- thank you note was read from put off until
FOR A Four Year Term ( ) address of which is Poet Office W.O. Whittle on or before 2:00: mises of the Bradford County Ms. Jessie Young, for get well tomorrow what you can do
AGAINST A Four Year Term Drawer B, Bradford County p.m., August 30, 1976. Mark all Courthouse, I will offer for sale cards and visits to her during today. You might like it and He Has 8 Years Of Proven Ability

I ) Courthouse, Starke Florida bids as "SEALED: BID TO BE and sell to the highest bidder for her recent illness in Bradford then you can do it again
32091. a written statement of OPENED 2:00: P.M., MONDAY, cash in hand, the above County Hospital. tomorrow."
3-CITY COMMISSIONER any claim or demand you may AUGUST 30, 1976." described property of said -Joe KerriganYM Keep Bryan Working For

FOR A Four Year Term I I have against the estate of JerryE. We reserve the right to acceptor defendant to satisfy the afore-

AGAINST A Four Year Term Stillson, deceased. reject any part of any bid, or said Execution.
I ) Each claim must be in writingand all bids in the best interest of the p:( 1 1Tha Bradford
must indicate the basis for Bureau of State Markets. Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff

INSPECTORS FOR SAID ELECTION the claim, the name and addressof DOYLE CONNER, Bradford County Ra. is the size of earth. Pol. Adv.
moon only one-quarter
: the creditor or his agent or COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE 8/194tcha 9/9
Peggy Shaller attorney, and the amount -
claimed. If the claim is not yet Itchg 8/19
Mrs. J.C. Dukes
Louise W. Tenley due, the data when K will (........................... I'salad... '- -. EtaGLIE ON SALE

Barbara Vahnskl become due shall be stated. If DEPARTMENT OF aDttoteAUnn ,..
., THURSDAY. FRIDAY
Bobby Fay Chaff the claim is contingent or un- TRANSPORTATIONSPECIAL m MtWHUIILSI 1 r_
Merrill Struth liquidated, the nature of the un- TRAFFICREGULATIONS 64 1111101lDA. ''H'NdM'OICA'' .
IsAsosi TAMIL? o/scouwr STOMCS AND SATURDAY!
Ruby Howell certainty shall be stated. If the why? price! _

Diane Tiemey claim is secured, the security
Ella Mae Chastain shall be described. The claimant NOTICE IS HEREBY
Polly HoltonALTERNATES shall deliver sufficient copies of GIVEN:
the claim to the clerk to enable That the Department of PRICES PUSHED SACK!

FOR SAID the clerk to mail one copy to Transportation at its meeting of

ELECTION: each personal representative.ALL April 22, 1976 gave consider

Shell Gerle DEMANDS CLAIMS NOT SO FILED AND ation special, to traffic the requests regulations relating and to in save on school needs! family wardrobe! values for your hone!

WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
Grace Jordan each case made a review of the ... .
Mrs. R.O. Dansby Dated July. A.D., 1916. traffic investigation report along ---r- WHY MY $11 TO {117 I
Margaret Williams with the recommendations of I ( '

In Testimony whereof, I here Earl Dale StillsonAs the engineer at the location or + ) i .
unto subscribdrmY name and Personal Representativeof 1 emu FI/ItYy } 1i \ -
locations described below: C I ,7, t
cause the Seal of the town to be Estate of County, Bradford; Road, 200; I/ v STARTER inUNDER y42x tiff 7 '.' t .
hereunto affixed this the 11th Jerry E. Stillson, Location, Section 28010 At p.. ,,. THE TOP MME IN THE f

day of August 1978, A.D. 8/122lchg 819INVITATION Deceased intersection with SR S-110-A G -- --- I 9 r J EMIT NATION POLYESTER FOR OOUILI SUCKS \\i: Y .

............................ (Edwards Loop Road) in Starke; uMITZ wAS11' a TM east find the label but i
Charles J. Schaefer, Mayor- Recommended -
Full-
Regulation,
Commissioner TO BID ,nP SAYE 12X. w rw mil IM t tin SUM top
actuated Traffic I
3-17-76
THIS IS A SECOND Signal If'r tutor*!, tin mm quiiit, \
ATTEST Merrill
: Edwards City j
On recommendation of the '
REQUEST: ,Pe" lilt fabric mil toes IsIs Ill tiIII
Clerk The Board of County Commissioners Director, Road Operations, the r I PENCIL I j slicks! IW. tame
8/12 4tchg 92NOTICEOFINTENTION/ above traffic Yk POUCH
and knit
................... ......... of Bradford County speed regulations p srskleka.(polyester slips MIN
determined nut
were to be INI
reasonable I .
C
will receive sealed bids to be 29 f
and V mister. ClmtisoMs.
opened at 10:00: A.M., Monday, necessary upon the 1
TO REGISTER 13 1976 basis of the engineering and ...,'.ONC." rc, ,, ..edN" wAS)3a VALUE PLUS! Naves rick In
September in the
FICTITIOUS NAME traffic investigations, and authority SAVE 31% SAVE 4.00 tares M sues 3(40. 1
County Commissioners Room at I
Pursuant to Section 865.09 the Bradford County Court was therefore given by the SAYE 20% 3.97 sm is% !

Florida Statutes, notice is house for the following: Secretary for the establishmentof 660" 5.88 QUALITY y (J sure* iow DISCOUNT PRICE HER'S CUSHION
hereby given that the General Liability Insurance for same and the placing of the '" PENCILS SOLE CREW 1
and DISCOUNT PRICE WAS>W DISCOUNT MICE WAS.MT MEN'S POLYESTER POLIS IN STRETCH SOCKS j, I
undersigned James C. Nugent, Bradford County 50/100/25/ proper markings signs as PACK IF II NIP PNITI-SCENIIIESISNS J '
Rt. 2, Box 86A, Starke, Florida, limits. Complete specifications indicated; also, for the elimination 1II-PICK SWEET 'N LOW CALFAX I-DICIT CALCULATOR r 1'
Weir I M-cUor pholoiripk IM M
of SUES YOU CUDDIES, (USNl IELPS YOU FIGURE YOUR -y 9 o 2 51
existing controls where
32091 1. and Ronald W. Nugent, }
.may be picked up at the Clerk'sOffice. River Iroi polyester tat S tl U. I
Rt. 1, Box 269, Starke, Florida, this is indicated. UTTER A5TER-TASTE MCX-TO-SCKOOL RUDCET WA6 wtra // ra !: I ,
32091 1. doing< business under the $ r
firm name of "J 6 R Nugent Gilbert S. Brown Billy G. Pelham H r VALUE _PLUS! ,, f

Electrical Contractor", Rt. 1 Box 8/12 2tchg 819NOTICE Director NIINTENSITVDECORATOR

269, Starke Bradford County, ............................ Dept. of Transportation + a

register Florida, said 32091 fictitious, intends name to OF INTENTIONTO .It..8/19.......................... DESK UMP ofl k :
REGISTER \
under the provisions of aforesaid FICTITIOUS NAME The Bradford-Union NOTICE 4.96
statute. Pursuant Low DISCOUNT pmce
to Section 865.09 tSAYE
Association for Retarded
James C. Nugent, Ronald W. Florida
Statutes, notice is hereby -
Citizens is seeking qualified
Nugent, joint< owners.
given that the undersignedTerry r
Dated this 29th of applicants for the following 23X
day July A. VALUE PLUS!
Gaines 504 East Laura YALUE PLUS!
positions: t
A.D. 1976 at Starke. Florida.
Street, Starke, Bradford --Executive Director Bachelorof YOUR /
: r
7/29 4tchg 819NOTICE County, Florida 32091 l 680 FLUORESCENT E880DISCOUNT $ Yf 1X f I"
----..... -. business doing science in special educationor IE3K UMP HUES x ,b
under the firm name of four years business experience PRICE WASNI.. STUD* EASY IN EYES SUPER LOW DISCOUNT PRICE 1 t,

OF INTENTIONTO UNLIMITED""FLA. FIRE ARMS with experience working ISPISULII8TARE LICNTER LORI OR SNORT NECK 296 SAYE 1{% VALUE PLUS!
144 W. Call 9 8 .
REGISTER with retarded citizens. WITS VISUAL SUPPLY COMIIRATION. LOCK OR FAB- WAS.M*
FICTITIOUS NAME Street, Starke, Bradford --Work Shop Director: lIVES THOUSANDS OF HINTS low DISCOUNT raid LOCI FIR IKES, LICKERi AN4UNIPut 4.84 r'I' 5 74
Pursuant to Section 865.09 County, Florida, 32091 1, intendsto Bachelor of science degree with N IRESSSNIRTS M

Florida Statutes, notice is here- register said fictitious name training or experience in supervisory \ VALUE PLUS! SAYE 14% NEED Rl IRORINIStiyMit DISCOUNT PRICE WAS).' "' SUPER LOW DISCOUNT PRICE'
.
under Menu il
the provisions of aforesaid -'t r porrntercittoi
by given that the undersigned capacity. '_;"': 1.'III.-nOlTWIITIIII MEN'S CRUSHED OR RI6UURIERIM
statute. r :0- ::;) ,- SI-PK.PAPER Minted Mill colon. SMUU.
Larry R. Alvarez, P.O. Box 422, -Agriculture Supervisor: High 0'COVERS IN STAN SNIRTS IY FAMOUS IICIIES JEANS IUILT FOR WEAR ::
Keystone Heights, Clay County, Terry Dated A. Gaines, sol owner. school education or vocational .,',.'.',. (IDPROOFYIRYLFOAM ,. LURCH lABS ( iMCker pate stjt win. Hip Super tail* IDO i cotton free ifto .:
this 11th
Florida, Mark T. Kendall, P.O. day of training and experience of agri ,, '.:::: .a' pockits. purUzed situs. S.M.I.Il. ticked it stress paints. 7131! :'
August, A.D. 1976
at Starke es
culture. -
Box) 1257, Starke, Bradford Florida. r..r UNCH n .:
County, Florida and Claudia C. 8/12 92NOTICE Forward resume to Bradford- H.H AQS wtAEALirFT' ''f' VALUE PLUS! s,.. :.
Alvarez P.O. Box422) Keystone ..... 4tchg.................. Union Association for Retarded DISCOUNT PRICE BUILT-IN MIKt ; ."
Citizens, Inc., Attention: Doyle UTS' CITTOR + p :
Heights Clay County, Florida,
OF ELECTIONBe Archer, in care of Bradford sin 27X I VALUE PLUS! TEE SNIRTS ::
doing business under the firm SAVE 10% _
it known that I, Bruce A. SAYE 14 wkly with colas ,
School Board
County "
Building
name HOMES CONSTRUCTION of "GATORLAND CO.: Smathers, Secretary of State of 582 North Temple Avenue, LULLS SEAM. "'YN'e. .,.....t 1 9 8 8 SUPER SIZEICARRON trw. S.M.I.U.EVEREAIY 1 '.
the State of Florida do .
hereby 2Ii42 t :
intends to register said fictitious Starke, Fl. 32091. NEUUMSU -..; 2 94 c (
give notice that a GENERAL Itchg 8/19 / SUES SUPER LOW DISCOUNT PRICE CATS TOWELS CANNO r'I ::

aforesaid name under statute.the provisions of ELECTION will be held in Bradford ............................. 44 J 'dy > EACH SOLIO STATE AC/10 1 97 DISCOUNT PRICE WASA4' DISCOUNT rAKE ;.
County, State of
Florida on l7. a MEAT IASKETIALL SUES :
;; CASSETTE TAPE RECORDER
:
Larry R. Alvarez, Mark T. INVITATION TO BID
Tuesday next succeeding the Wrrt.3""T' WITH RUILT-IH MICROPNOHE. WITN CUSNIIIEIIRSIU .
Kendall, and Claudia C. Alvarez, first Monday in November, by IrcS support prendrs CMlortt&icwrl. NSAYE .:
co-owners. First Baptist Church NOR 312.sr.rA .
A.D., 1976 the said Tuesday r stymies
VALUE PLUS!
Dated this 1st day of August, being the SECOND day of NOVEMBER Comer Jefferson & 2.00 YOUTHS' SIZES 102. ROTS'

1976. to fill the Clark Streets + EACLE SIIIS2'/aSWEREiK,,, ,2.54 A
following i INSTANTA0 1060 NIIR/AYEA i Y LDE iLDS!
8/5 4tchg 8/26 offices: P.O. Box) 127 MILDEW. STAIN mtR, wnN Natn[, ". SlY 2a%
Starke Florida 32091 1 1 PT. .
United States Senalor.Representative REMOVER g $1111505o.e IITS'TIOGN
NOTICEI Competitive sealed bids will 9 M-IRON JEANS 2TN81ST.
I will not be responsible for in Congressfor be received by the First Baptist 79 9.88 t but interns 1soMt. IUCI TIWIU
any debts other than my own. the Second Congressional Church of Starke for the replacing OISCOUNI Price WAS.PJI SKIS III.

Grady Williamson District. of approximately 100 squaresof
2.37fI.
Rt.3. Box 144 State Treasurer and Insurance roof. 17% x97

Starke Florida Commissioner.One Bid blanks, conditions and VALUE PLUS! .. SAVE oIsoui.r rA c! WEA I
8/5 4tchg 8/26 cal) Commissioner. Florida 6 80
specifications may be obtained
I '"OICI
................ ........... Public Service Commission. from the Church Office until 4.00p II' REWEI z+ ValUE PLUS !
WAS.Ht' 3 Z
OISCOUNT SHE 25%
PRICE
State Attorney m. Friday, September 17, KIT WITS 4 8 8 I Ia p'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. Public Defender. 1976. CUPS SET IP 4 FUSTIC NANtEIS DISCOUNT PRICE wA 1a !'
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF State Senators for the follow- Sealed bids will be opened 1.77 SUPER LOW DISCOUNT' PRICE a .-'1. WOO IRESS RANGERS FAMOIS IRANI CIMFIRT IN 24 8 8 0 J
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR BRADFORD ing Senatorial Districts: 5. September 22, 1976. M* CURL DIY CURLIRI IRON '-'1. WOOD PANTS NARGERS MEH'S CANVIS DECK SHIES j
w.st.1l
DISCOUNT PRICE WOOl SKIRT IARIENS DISCOUNT PRlCI 1
Members of CO"TIDLPI.
COUNTY the State House THERMOSTATte ,
We reserve the right to reject Itp leittres KMf Ml stiMwui.E'tp 1 '1
of Representatives for the following MISSES' UCI TRIMMED. .
all bids. sales MEM trig 112
or
CIVIL ACTION House Districts: 25. 9/182tchg any 8/26 '%.. "". '" : SI" 38% e NYLON IIRINI'PANTIES
Case No. 76-240 Clerk, Circuit Court. r I
CURAI JO'S tl '
Sheriff. .............................. .:!:.' IICNLESSFUSTIC N '".
-;. 'Ir.. "
Mary Allene Dougherty, Property' Appraiser.Tax / 'if-- ..0 1 ;"
Plaintiff, vs. Dewey Clifford Collector. .. IANIACES \\L" j

Dougherty Defendant. Superintendent of Schools. (1flQIQ(.., I 2 1
Supervisor of Elections.Board St \ \ sin 1.01 !

NOTICE OF SUIT of County Commissioners westflSff '- !
NO PROPERTYTo' Districts 1, 3, 5. ----- sm i.oi 28 8
J
Dewey Clifford Doughterty Members of the School .
(Address Unknown) Board, Districts 3, 4. YAIUE AYE Z0" I 0' ".... M/CI/ WA7 ,14- J
'YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat In Testimony Whereof, I have 4ts -. snl-31", $ 9 1.88 ; i
MISSES' IIIXPOLYESTER
an action for Divorce ha hereunto set my hand and 47c 505' \ 69C DISCOUNT PRICE WASJM DISCOUNT MICE WAS.MV p PANTS

been filed against you Dewey affixed the Great Seal! of the 4 SUPER Low DISCOUNT PRICE 1 lS' Ittf Pill sail.
v> rH lSCOUN' PRICI WAS jL DISCOUNT met WA.Mf I" NIGI Will 10IT WTTN MISSES. NYlll TOPS OH flee
Clifford Dougherty and you are State of Florida, it Tallahassee 4 4'V' STYRENE PUNTERS Will-NII NUPRSE Silt II FRESR Fill PRINTS'' let HI
required to serve a copy of your The Capital, this the Sixth, day of Wm PRESS-OR SAUCERS COOS NEWS TWIN PEAK TOITRFASTI WITN Reirj fcti aryl topers |m cans DeslM tkit tre Ml. tuMtut
written defense, if any to it, on August, A.D., 1976. III SRE.,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,11s Sun IISPOSAIll RAZOR IAIINO Sill. I.3 IZ.ULLETTI M pritectio TM. sues III.I dale I S.M.I sun
tile plaintiffs attorney whose

name mid address Whrtley, I 806 Northwest 13th Secretary of Stare FAMILY DISCOUNT STORES 4 CIGARETTES P47 '
Street, Gainesville, Florida 8/12 4tchg 9/2 Open daily 9'til 9. Sunday 'file 3 $414

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Hunter-Reunion lc EiizzllE;

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gIf'Mnll'; 'i oei;;:.' JIFt: -Jr"QI'::: -lotV'l--.o-!: "? .. _
The annual Hunter Reunion
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will be held Sunday, August ) i

22, at the Live Oak Suwannee :

ounty: Recreation Center in

.ive Oak.

All descendants of William

Uiles Hunter are urged to

ttend. A basket lunch will be ,. ,, ,. ..,..-
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hared at 1 p.m.Thoughts. .. ..... .-W-..=. --:-. -._.". _Jin.to._zLAi5e435PTo_._ >> Jt_ !w'f___.7."...'".. NOV;:)IF':''''.' f1.... ,. i'tt'IN/. .. 6 :"J':''"' ..........._......_...'............ .
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OnAkoholisni PERSONAL SERVICE FOR RENTFOR FOR SALE FOR SALP FlorilandRealt/ \

FOR SALE: Extra large FOR SALE Feeder pig, Ralph Bryan
ItA8SiTTEILz REN'fi Two Bit mobile black. 4 white muacudinorape Durocks. boar. :393! N.Temple Ave.48AcceF.rmw1thhamal2.

Experienced ..ot".r..1II home In Lawtey. 782-3806. ( .. You pick. 45 cent a 468.1919. lip 8/12 Real EstateSpecializing
babyalt for your child day ttchg lb. Open 8 ..... -8pm. - -
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by Clay County and night SR-100 W 1 block. Lilly' Vineyard .Coral FOR SALE Mobile Home ParU St. Rd. 229.:! mi.on In Lot.and Ar..
Council past Crosby Csmtry, FOR RENT Oik.. SubcUvUon Farm Road Florahome :
on Alcoholism and "supplies. OLIVjt:/ MOBILE ,
- For Building Mobile H
For most people the word 8/26 trailer on tho left. 8/19 Ztchg 1/2/ wre loU, $3000.par. month. Fla. 8/19 2tp 8/26 HOMK SALES, ny.. 100( w. C r. lot, with storage Bldg. - -

alcohol is with Water 4 Sewage..."'.bacI. Fol'100orUoo ----------- Man, 91.111I.16.rdI1J.( .
synonymous -
Roomy 4 belr..., 2
beer, wine or some "mixed call Mark 0110.OUo' FOR SALE: Couch Colonial --- --- --- New Duplex, In 'Ity. beautiful corner lot itory In rittrWi1ar ,
I WOULD LIKE to babyalt .Moble Home*Sake, Hwy. Style, color orange. Good
drink. The
word Reduced
"alcohol"is for your Infant In my bom, 100 W.. Starke. 904-5608..tf condition $100.00. Call 964- Orange Park CakeDecorating - for quick .
associated only with the Nearly New,3 BR Brick. 114000.
I Supplies, southon
weekday. P1.... call 964- 5631. Itp 8/19 Home
form of alcohol called ethyl 6153.! H.". reference Up DOUBLE-WIDE TRAILER --------- Blandlng Blvd. left on 22- - -
from which these beveragesare 819DON'T lor rent, 24 x 65, will share -- B. 1/4 mile down on left. Need. - Lot. on Sampson Lake .
2 .
made. But there are with gentleman. Underwood FOR SALE AKC Reg- Phone 264-3604 closed Sat. listings on to 5 acres on water. .11,110O..or

many forms of natural and Motel. Hy. 301 north of faltered Irish letter pup. Bring ad for 10 percent off. 8.13 A. & Business on :301. tog.Acreage. Cecelia Terwillegar

synthetic alcohol. THROW AWAY Starke. Itp Sill Call 9648709 after 5. 8/12 8/!> 8t 9/23 - -
(ho.. broken track. or 2tp 8/19 and lot., large .
cassette tape..Take. them to ------ Pearl Andre",,..Aatttc.HH small. Several .. Real Facts on Real Estate ....
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Methyl alcohol is found in Dahmer'. Discount Home ---------- .< .7739
FOR RENT Klngiley Lake. '
owner llnnclng.
antifreeze. Amyly alcohol is 1L2.a5it.! ttchg house 3 BR. furnished. FOR SALE Yamaha electronic MULTIPLE' VF.R.N1EP.ODOM - National statistics show the average cost of a new

a property in lacquers. Iso- September. May. $250.00 stage organ excellent Krg Broker is $38,400 and the average family Income 1 II
LISTINGS
AVON CALLING:/ lo '
propyl alcohol forms the Avon. Call 755-2BO7 buy or or writ M month. 5332633. 8/12 Ztchg condition cover Included 964-5476 !954-7700( RALPH BRYAN : .

basis for many skin lotions Lama Clyatt P.O.Box 229,Lake 8/19 $1200 negotiable. Call 964- FRED SACKETT. [I H Realtor Thee figures should give you a good Idea of how

and cosmetics. Butyl alcoholIs CIt,, Florida etch* 5875 after=-4...:. tfpd! _. REALTOR 1964-8788 day or compare your Income and family home value to

a solvent for adhesivesand FOR RENTi Unfurnished 2 THOMASREALTY .tA"O.' of the national I average. These figures also

varnishes. And ethyl WANT A WIND MILL? how the economy continues the upward trend.
CHILD CAREt Licensedhot BR Duplex, carpeting, Stark
Phone 904/629-7833. Office 904 964-6522
alcohol is not only used as a meal. fenced yard stove refrigerator, central 8/19 lip 205 N. T.mpl.IVS..1011 Good buys In property are still available for the)

beverage but also as an Supervised. play. 964-8464. nlr. No pet. $165.00. 964- Investor. We can show you property which Is

anesthetic (ether) and a dis- ttchg 7574. Itp 8/19 ----------- llawptonfflce 901$ 468.1753 621 :North Walnut St. presently for sale,or we will try to locate something

solver of shellac. GARAGE SALE M...... Florida 32091 special If have specific requirements. I
-------- ---------- : Large 6 mile*South of you

FOR RENT: 2 "bedroom women' dresses, men' Slarke. on US-301 904-6162
It's significant that the PAPPAS ACCOUNTING mobile home furnished and clothe, SR.235 down from (Formerly A.J.Thoma ANNOUNCING. NEEDED: '

word alcohol is so often associated SERVICE. 118 S. Court, water furnished. Shade the gas plant in Brooker. lamptonS BR 2 1/2 bath Real Estate) Nice home on Kingsley Lake.
Starke. FL.
964-7612. 6/24
in our mines only with 8/26 tree. Looted on SR.235.! Friday and Saturday. 9:00: 128,900. Country home with at least 3 BR sio,000 cash .
the beverage. It seems to be lOtchg Ca11964-S63OafterS p.... tip lip 8/19 lampton-7 lots S9.000. 5 acres on 100-A( near city L.K. Ed..rd.1I1 A Assoc.Branch and payments approx. $160 mo.
indicative of the influence ------ 8/12 ---------- St..... 2 BR. I bath 111.500) "mitd.
ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUS YARD SALE Marke. 3 BR 1 1/2 bath - Office Large home in good condition. Children want
which even the word has on Su..eo.lulU"I"1r Corner of Business 206 S. Water St. horses.....In the $40,000 bracket.
: $21,500. Opportunity 3000sq.
Walnut oV
FOR LEASE BY OWNER Madison St. Starke. FU.
32091
our lives. For basically, for people who want to 3600 ft. Saturday only from 9:00 I acre lot S3.50I) ). ft. CB Building on 301 Approx. 20 acres with 3 or 4 bedroom home.
:
alcohol is a chemical. And STOP drinking' and STAY .q. building 00eoro.r 3 I with overhead. office and
of Walnut and until. Itch 8/19 acres' double wide 120,500. 3 BR. 2B. CB Cash!
m
like all chemicals it can be stopped. Meetings Thur. & I 1/2 .
Brownlee St. acres, single wide. storage-aame equipment fenced" S22.00O -----
paved parking ------- good
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used productively or destructively Sunday 8:00: p.m. 9645709 12.500.. - ,
lot. R.C. D..pler 102 E. - CLUB ESTATES Lovely brick home
It all depends onwho 904-5434. 6/24 IZtp 10/9 Brownlee St..... Fl. HOGS FOR SALE 8 shoata, 3 BR. 2 baths. LR. DR Urge 2 BR. IB Mil In ....
tfchg 2 bred .ow.. one boar. Call 2 beautiful lots 3 or 4 BR. 2B LR, attractive kit.
it and !"! -------- Many Other modern equipped kitchen
why cond. I
uses on 1/2 A, $ ,
with
9648993. 8/19 2tp 8/26 Come in and see us plus much more on beautiful term. large dining area, family room CH&A.
WILL BABY SIT for any age ----- 233 150 lot !Nice. transferred.
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-- corner
For further information 01> HOUSES 'FOR ---- x
mid In home. 9114. 82I. SALEFOR - -
my FOR SALE 3 Bull Central heat and air Closeto -----
the subject of alcoholismcall ..... : yearling !Nile I I 1/2 A cleared w/beaut
the Clay County Councion i for ..... Phone 782-3376. lip Bill Trlgg 488-1642 elementary school. tree, paved rd. front. ULTIMATE2200 sq. ft. all large rooms LR,

Alcoholism 473-2065 SALE 3 BR Home 410 8/19 Dick. ("0.,. IM63114REAL - - DR Kitchen 4 Bedrooms, two tile baths Brick,
01 r
4732243. MISCELLANEOUSKNOW W. Andrew. Street. ----------- -- Small acreage Ready to sell? We're ,., carpeted, CHAA, Paved driveway 1 acre, only
$7,900.00 Caah. Tolbert
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to help you. Call or come years old out of city limits.
-Bill Dunfori(1 Rt. 2, Box 143 K. .
McCoy, FOR SALE 38 Snub none band Frame 2 story alngle resldence.
us today
your blood pressure Starke, Florida. Phone 964- gun $55.22 .hand gun tit 35.25 20 acres In city limits -----

Day or Night Anywhere! 7818. 8/12 2tp 8/U automatic gun - Susan Bakken. -A..orl.t.P.ul..ulka..rAuorl.t. DOWN PAYMENT We have several nearly

Sump pad ink TIlE OFFICE: Accu-Rx check. "W.r.l... Dahmen Discount tfchg Large ......11..100.... plot homes with attractive financing. ..'.

KIIOI'. Ph. 9B4-5764\$ lgn"' Instantly right on the HOUSE FOR SALE: By -----.-- $1\ .159) an acre many more Irene Faulkner- .. -----

pot. (2995. Koch Drug. owner 3 Bedroom CB houseon FOR SALE Swimming /'c''( I J .J"'OI1 - OF CITY LIMITS. Brick 3 BR I'/jB, on acre
7/29 5tp 8/26 partially fenced lot with : pool (; Business opportunity If you are interested in Road 16.

CA & CH. located on road _rilJre. Leading manufacturer ESTATE Lovely building on 301 with ng or selling property -----
100 In Smokerlae. near Key and distributor ha aluminum spproi. 2450 .q. ft. plenty of .
FOR SALEi Medium paint rectangular pools tuft over from PROFESSIONALOFFICE&HOME Large brick A

CLASSIFIED: RATES Office Shop pent, 19 cent atone. Lake. privilege 1975: seaMon, 1/2 price, guar'anteed parking.ft. with space..."lr.III/A- approx.. 6IHsq call 964-5065 CH&A. 301 across from Fat Boys A Wishbonn
25.000.00. 964-7767 964- 3 BR frame C1I4A
or 115.000
...h.II.80 do When
buying .. .
nstallalion and 1<< .. today n 964-5142 .
Deadline for insertion 6 do. doa. coot I I. It.65. Buy 5146. Gary W. Brewer 8/12 Call collect Jacksonville days, or - :! -----
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Noon 12 du. and the price per do.. lip 8/19 evening 904-3W-51U3. tfchg. 2 BR frame screened porch MiA.TO5 Today! HOME ADJACENT
Tuesday preceding II 0.1It1ll Hampton Lake. 90' 190' TO SHOPPING
I i. SI.50. Bay our and ----------
Thursday before pen ... fenced ,lot North Shore. CH&A with acreage.
The Office 110 W.
nave. Shop. No qualifying. 24 x 68 Mobile ATSOVS HOl'SE OF Mobile Home. 120' hock
publication. 2 BR frame 18.400) terms -----
Call St.. Stark. II.. 32091 -
home, private lot. $3,000 VACUUMS: Many brands uf - 12i20 Utility House. POOLNeat package. Saratoga Hgts.
Phone 964.5764.AUTOMOBILES down or rent $225! month. new ".......... Used' machines 2 BR frame, I I7.500 - -
:Minimum Charge I-.OO acre -----
Call Gainesville 3751120. available. Expert Repairs, all.. - 3 Residential., total area Mimosa Manor
Words) BEAUTIFUL ACR ES Madison St.
com.
USED tfchg! make Parts and anressoriea for 100 150.) 3 blocks from High
87 x
______ acres In Stark $13.500
Each word over 13 all.. ....._.. Built-in centralvacuian - School.IDOINf. Mobile Home ParkA home.
10 cents ....... -----
Mk4NW .
cleaning ,
5
SALE &
t'OR By 3
owner. acres up ownerfinanced ...Place
FOR SALE. 1965 Chevy 3/4 bedrooms. 2 baths .central 10th Ave. Gainesville. 3767110. ; Bl'SI>FSSO: >LtIMlEALksrATEl To .LAKE KEYSTONE 80' on crystal clear ..
Live
.Ml 1"I..sUied. must be ton pick np. 4 speedtransmission. Itp 8/19 tfchg. - : : : lake split level with CH&A.

Motor la good. H&Aoo.t.1I964-66117. .___._ _____ ___ .
paid for In advance unless u 12 acres, well, pole & septic Large Lota -----
8 8/19 86 --------- --- '
53.12354:\; Zip
you have all established FOR SALE: 24 x 65 Double FOR SALE Dsinwnd nellieslor lawtey area H5.IKIO)) 1'. l tlsno Thomas.. Yard CareGarbage ACRE OUT OF CITY LIMITS. All electric' 3
----- -- Keg Reall.state; BrokerW465U7
account with the wide mobile hone. 3 stereo over 247 dlflemtone - Cue 2B.
any
FOR SALE. '69 5.H2210ASSOCIATES;):!
Telegraph in that event 50 Pontiac bedroom, 2 baths, central we have them all Dannvr's 4I) acres wooded U 1s00 Moll Boxes -----

cents extra charge for C'atallna, A.T., AC PB. PS, HAA. Call 431-1765! after 5 Dfecotnt.* - : Mater LAKE Large home on 2 picturesque
R&H. clean. run good. .... No 964-6858.! Business -Cor. I'4.301 & !SR. Judy Flynn.Mgr. Central Sewage Plant
Nut for p answer .
billing. responsible
96-1 83144Harold:
$650.00. 468-1853. Up 8/19 Itp8119 2ZS in l.awtey. 1,50O Carbage Pickup
when the ----
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errors given( over PVTIO COMR.Installed : - Epp
------------ 10 x 29 Ample Parking
phone or when copy is not ---- -------- SlRSflO.! ...lnoJalI...! 19 acres fronts on Ml.210 & 9 ti.1(1616Steve ( 20 acres plus modern home..COM-

tvped and brought( to the FOR SALE 1965 Ford. C. FOR SALE 24 x 45 mobile $1(0.00. MlUir; Mobile HumeService. Wilson Rd. R i-A 822.01)0Phomeanytime () Simmons Improved Street I pmperty on 301 lots on Crosby Lake

otlive. 800 Cab over .10...... S.. at home In city. I block from .. 3729767. tfchg - 911.j 511111 13t'ctzicServcetoHoAmpurea: > Acres, Bessent Road A Little Lake Santa Fe.
school. lease
Register Oil Company. 308FOR Will property'mobU. toJST: HeepathomeI.ONGCHAMP
home ---- -- Metered. I'I'S
Is on ContactDale Gaa
South"
-Tho..l..oo.| tfcbg_ Brown 964.5289 or 964- FOR SALE Mohde> home hh- Associates- 7823806* Cecelia/ T. Terwillegar/ Realtor/

ucille's I I I 6050.( tip 8/19 $95! down Few lota still available 964\ -7154 & 78J-3397 -11Io..10110.- 206 West Madison Avenue Stark Florida
SALE 1975 Pontiac -------------- k) several. ..bdI\'I........ lh. .*.So FREE ,
Catalina 2 Door Hard Top. 1551. tfchg. -' l.AWTEY fit I Month Rent

MunderHouse Small Equity: Ink. up payment FOR S4LE 12 a 65 mobile Electric Hookup
-- ------ ---
*. tall alter 5 p.m. 964- home 2 BR I 1/2 bnth. 964- 7823806 m OFFICE PHONE 964-7776
..
., ,, Home and Building
L "t"r m.
7038. Itp 8/19 For Sale Coastal Bermudahay w.
: :
51)0. PHONE 964-7498
!!.. tfpd___ 1.50 bale. 468.1915tfchg MaterialsWFJBLILD HOME PHONE "...51..5
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,1534 S. Temple :
WANTED HOME FOR SALE 4 bedroom
Tour, Plant Or 0,11". ,----------
*, 2 bathe, living room, For Sale: Liquid chicken. )YaurLutOrOwi"FREE
V> dining room kitchen, familyroom fertilizer I NT/ton. 6 tons to HniSF-S! FOR SALE' : '
AnfiquesUsed *nt nice lady to live in : Eh ITMArENItrmudelng : Well Drilling
with fireplace. central
with NO yr. old man. private the truck.. Delivered and U.S. Census Bureau
room and bath plus salary. heat-air. 964-5784./ spread for you. \% A. here Is what you have. ahvavH Additions- Repairs I Needs Field Interviewer
FurnitureOpen derired.. .. 2" thru 6"I
964461 Prevatt. 468 1985 Hampton
.: L'LL3.P.2J.L-! ---------- .....Bought I

F ___ __ ____ .
SoldIraded
11AM. 7PM. WANTED:. : Used refrlgeratora. HOUSE FOR SALE 2 BR 3 Bit I I III Bath II....5 mmthi.ad. .' Fast Rotary ." per hour 15 cents per mile car allowance)

7 29 8'26 .....h....and stov.a In house carpeted, I bath. On I FOR SALE Approximately C.H. by Conntrucuoo 7IHf :dfep on l lut 1 Hh'untege at) ACREAC.E FOR SALE : Drilling Equipment conduct personal household interviews. To

good condition. Call Dab- acre ground fenced. Call 20 acre of tlmberland. I-6H53
macs Discount 964.7923. tin 9644541. tip 8/19 About I mile north of Hampton 'Wnlpun 1.1... I STATE LICENSED social and economic data throughout

Lake.. Call 53J: .2451 after6pm. Hu' 301 I and Union Counties.
Before ----------- ------------ /y SoufA.
Bill Powell Broker
Startetf
HORSES: WANTED: FOR SALE: Mobile home, 2 8/12 2tp 8/19 'IM-t >tlU : Pumps hour day required during work period. Start
Reasonably priced, also livestock BR. 2 fuU baths on 1/2 acre, ---- -- --- --

You Buy A hauling anywhere lot. Cement panelling 80 ft. BACK TO !SCHOOL' (.aIl."avne 11'1(110. I September through November 1 I. 1976. Paid

anytime. Call 964.8993.: 8/19 of aluminum awning, full \RVCK S\LE: Aug. 21. tin MM-HWI I New LsedSalesPartsService .
Mobile 2tp 526WANTED skirting. Central. air and Lot of size !5 & 7 women BOOTAnnouncement I

heat all modern conveni clothe*. boy clothe. double : U.S. Citizen, high school gra
-- ----------- .
....... Living room 18 20 ft. knit material
Home : : Accountant 964-6763. 8/19 Ztchg 8/26 and other or equivalent. Pass 3 minute written test
wearable & misc. .
Prefer. some college background Household 3 Bit. Brick. bath snd 1/2. E-Z TermsPlumbing
items automobile must be available) for day and/
In accounting, typo -- -- 2 mile West on W ml era towbov
In,. Call 473-3360. tlchg MOTORCYCLESMOTORCYCLES Edwards Rd. Betty LR DR Central heat on \\..III nil ton ModernAround ; evening work and attend three day training
outside
Edwards.: lip 8/19 nice I acre lot city
--- -------- ..Ion.
.. --- -- limit Ort I our new 7B-
rck'i1 WANTED: Ten Acre moreor FOR 77 Jl !'on"| boot line will interested
write 10
FOR Svl.F.i. GE Window :
less In Hampton area.. SALE Yamaha 200 electric - bi in ntork. and they will New Installation
A/C 16.000 BT('. ......... land.
Phone 3... 39.1816 or write .t..t.2 helmets, can be seen. excellent 1>-11I) acre huih on be joel beautiful U.S. Department of Commerce
cond., 7500. llotpoinl apt. .paved road, drahain" arval .
William J. Hudnall 39N/ 2N39/ : at Starke KOA Camp Bureau of the Census
size Remodeling
excellent
Spring Park. RoadJ.s., Fla. Itchg 819MOTORCYCLE range cond. - \\ closing out bit
grounds. e are
3221)7.: 8/19 2tp 8/26 .. $7500. 475.l208. Itp 819FOR l I... Frame howe on comer lot in of \\ and 1365 Peachtree St., N.E. Room 625
rangIer
SERVICECT --------- ----FOR- _n_________ __. city lose" to shopping' ...... pai.iMago boots At unbelieve Repairs Atlanta Ga. 30309
PERSONAL -- -- ---
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SALE IS
WANTED: Farm A SALE: 1974 Harley Davidson run about foot 115 fiberglas liP 3 U> 6 acre rl.-...., I iri. :\/\\ of able price DurranceIPUMPS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.
:3500 mdcc.
NOW Turn spare time construction mach.equlp-v- windshield 350 approx.buddy seat and Johnson .motor good cond. Marke. Now IN the time to boot up
u.! Be A SANTA'S Melts. L.t us sell your Slide.In for short - children.
to rack.. Very good camper tour babv. your & SUPPLYi
earn com.IStions surplus for you. Open luggage wheel base bodv. loaded. 1 & 2 acres mobile hump ..it..W ...
,
'emonstrator $650.00. Call 984- and even \Man and Daddy Mobile Home MoyingSetUp&Delivery
condition. .
up to 30 per cent Monday thru Saturday 8:30to : 5403 Monday thru Friday, 7- Phone 964.86JN.: 8/19 Jtchg :S. ol Surke. Terms.Heg in first line boot COMPANY -
6. Northeast Florid.
A Gilt Partyi 9/3 i
have nfoy
R. S. 8/19 2tchg 8/26 ...
home and earn equipment: Auction. IS-17 G.olUa: :Koahit .JR.
Never will !find
your:.: Gifts! Our 2th tear! North Green Cove Spring, --- ------ FOR----SALE- ---Feeder- -- pigs.darocks. Hili"f:.,..,. Orkc'-, Much price again i with a you fine i nelectrun I 864 N Temple Ave I[ .

oil or write SANTA'S 284-5977. tfchgFOR MUTURCYCLEM.'ZUl ... boars, $3000 and \,Ni47'c.'tItf Come nee us before I I I Starke

artiea. Avon. Conn 06001. OF STARKE: lour up. 4681919. lip 8/19 HI i-e* are jtonefi I IIWE" II I I II FOR DETAILS CALLOLIN'S

.bone I |Z03613.3ISS.| uithorlied Suzuki Peeler !Phone I I 9647061BRASCNGTON I HOME
-- -- MOBILE
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.LSn BOOKING RENT !B64*JO.):! 3O4 East Cal Street FOR SALE: Farm- -and I..._________ 964-5606

!!1E _V37tchfl6Il.G tfchg.. :30) :S lailvw.
: construction mach. quip. MOBILE HOME Hwy 100 W. Starke

FOR RENT Trailer on vehicle Open Monday thru
.. .. welcome
> .paired.I inspec.
: MOn .rdlis; Loop. Phone 964. Saturday 8:30 til 6. Consignment your : Only Lie. & Bonded Mover Living In
make. cleaned. caled and HM6. 8/19 1915 SUZUKFI welcome. Northeast PARK lion and constructive; crilicittm Cadillac-Oldsmobue
Work guaranteed.tmes lip Sale cV Service
tjwo..... '' 1 700 EXCELLENT SHAPE Florida iqulprn.ntMactlon : Bradford Co.
Moran -- --------- InsMentvlJmluWalk 1neS..wctwn
Strickland corner
CfCndCan
IS
17, :North
Hoed A H*"'. 16. tfchgILL'S FOR RENT: 2 BR furnished Call 964-5606 1500"OLIN Green Cove Springs. 2N45977. tn.Hmtl/'irJ>vurllOPprMunth CARADINE'S Taken On

.....--- ---.- house. 728 Laura St. Call tfchg. (I, H. ,,''"' Cadillac TrnJetJMINWI3 --'--
--
944722M./ lip 8/19 : ) ; ; .
LEATHER SHOP
S tW !SHOP' ; Completetarpening ----- ---- GAINESVILLE ::/ .1e (
- -------- MOBILE HOME r* a ,
service. circular FOR RENTi Kitchenetlea. FOR SALE: Farm. & All City ronvmieoces IS.301 One Mil, South
snd. carbide, chain mower construction mch equip'vehicle ('**.Police .Hrutwtion.Ity Of Lawtey ,.--
and with rel.
TV. AC. .
lade hollow ground and Maid rooms service and utilities FOR SALEFOR .. Open, Monday thru < Gas,V>aur and. Vwer I2
r Now Open Under
alanced. l.eave at J.4isonlildils Saturday 8:30 to 6. Consignments Phone TIIZ.31'HI)

!'o ; ply. S..... or KeyMi lurniihed.Reasonable laundry weekly facilities.. or SALE OR RENT: No welcome. Northeast Jo-Lu Motel Drawer BI I The ManagementOf

Heights. tfdg.aPflltJ'.13t't. monthly rate.. Underwood qualifying, 1974. 1-4 x 68 Florida. EquipmentAuction. : 964-8810 .aw ley. H.. 3MM( Frank and
IS-17.: North
-- -- Motel. 3 mile north of mobile .home 3 BR. 2 bath llchgltt/ .
.
)a > : Homeaad SI...... lip 8/19 private lot 4 mile south ol Green Cove Spring 2S45977 Sutton.The Old

mobile homes. SINO Stark* off 301 $1,000 downer tfchg*............... __ __ F_ -
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,stalled II\ $4)) unmolalledAN rent $195 Month. Call ''f\0 UnderwoodRestaurant 1BRcrmBeautiful
12 70
FOR RENT: mobile
>K VMIHII r: HOMK: !SKKH.KI1I : a Gainesville 375-11 Ifchg PUBLIC AUCTiON Farm US
home 3 BR. 11/2 bath
3fl9Th7G.anra3k. on and construction .
: Ph machinery
( ....ford Rd. 7823594.Itchg For Highland
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drug equipment vshkle Sat., 964-7604
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to the "round replace a presently inadequate Monday's meeting. Tom ing the high school concession from the concession operation day's meeting, the school fiat' payment of services rendered -approved a flve-year- \
house" air conditioning units 5 hp unit Casey BUS principal, came operation. would be returned to the board: during the set up of master in-service program for:
which cool classrooms and Brown also proposed the,, before the board seeking school and that the volunteer -awarded Skinners Dairy portable classrooms. the recertification of teachers:
offices at Bradford Middle board consider a major repairto approval of the concession Casey said the stand wouldbe student workers might be ableto of Jacksonville, the schoolsystem's -approved an agreement -approved instructional;
School and the Vo-Tech Center the round house system operation on the high school manned by students under earn a share of the profitsfor milk contract for the between Bradford and Clay personnel action including the:
prior to the start of classes during the winter months campus. He said the "snack the supervision of an adult. He various campus clubs and 1976-77 school year. Skinner's Counties for the transportation awarding of one continuing
here on August 30, were which would double the life of stand" will sell food, and sug added( that $5,000 had been organizations. Dairy which had the milk of Kingsley Lake area contract, nine appointments' I
authorized by the Bradford the "round house" unit He gested the possibility of a local budgeted for operation of the contract last year, was low students. and one resignation. ;
C'ountv School Board during said the major repairs which fast food service firm supply snack stand. He said profits In other action during Mon- bidder with a bid of.0944 cents -approved an audit reportfor \i.: :
the Aug. 9 board meeting would include "extensive re- per half pint.awarded 1974-75 fiscal year. ..approved non-lnstriic-
piping" would cost between Florida Pest Con. -approved a change order Uonal personnel action Indud
George Brown Starke air $10.000 and $20,000.( UGH Management Takeover Bids trol of Starke, the exter for phase IV and phase V con ing 10 appointments: .:one!
conditioning contractor) who The board postponed actionon minator contract for the 1976- struction at Bradford County transfer and two resignations;
maintained the school's cool Brown's proposal until a 77 school year. Florida Pest High School. The phase A closed-door executive ses
ing units last year, told the study of the matter could be To Be Opened Aug. 27 In Lake Butler Control, which provided exterminator change order was requestedby sion followed Monday's regular ;
services last Architect when with board
board repair work on the completed. Salley meeting
yeari
"round house" system for Board members also postponed was low bidder with a previously unknown, old foundations members believed to have
proper operation when classes action on Brown's offerto Union General Hospital 10 that he had placed an The hospital averages about $61.50 per month. were discovered discussed latest developmentsin !
Ix'gin would cost an estimated maintain the "round house" trustees recently approved to advertisement for bids in the 15 patients per day. -approved a school accident beneath the area for scheduled the teacher contract negotiations *
advertise for sealed bids from Union County Times to be run Government .
.
I $3,500 He said maintenancework system for a $300: per month insurance program on the phase IV construction.Todd '
firms wishing to enter into a for a two-week period. Bids reimbursements for recommendation of
fee, plus for Principal
on the system which parts required
installed about maintenance. lease-purchase agreement of will be received August 27 at 5 Medicare-Medicaid Casey, who had conferred
10
ago was, would cost approximately years- School board members also and the hospital Union Couty with Commission.the trustees Courthouse.p m. at the Union County have been delayed because patients with high school athletic NEWS ABOUT SERVICE MEN, \ I IHe
.2.500( and the remaining approved a request for a past administrator Hardval director David Hurse The .
Maines said the
$1.000( would be used to "snack stand" at Bradford Board Attorney Hal Maincs 10 year had not made application for insurance plan approved is Completes received instruction:
would the
purchase a 7 5 hp pump to County High School, during told the hospital board August agreement establishement of require a $50.000 the funds before he resigned. with the Standard Life and Machinist's Course drill and ceremonies, physical
- escrow account by the firm TICS has since made Casualty Insurance Companyof August 6 Navy Airman training, leadership, map;
entering the lease-purchase application and Is Rock Hill, South Carolina. Apprentice Gene L. Todd, son reading and weapons famiP!
agreement. $36,000 of that anticipating an inspection by Premiums under the plan of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest E. iarization. '
amount would retire the bond Medicare officials.A accepted are: $3 for school Todd of Starke, has completedthe Sgt. McCray, a radio relay
due list of 20 to 30 required time coverage; $18 for 24-hour Aviation Machinist's Mate team chief in Company B o'
payment January 1, the
r rest would be to insure a items to bring the hospital up coverage; $23 for regular sea Reciprocating Course at the the 51st Signal Battalion'at
Sak working capital fund. to government specificationsare son football coverage; and $27 Naval Air Technical Training Camp Red Cloud, Korea;
IMaines said the agreement to be corrected prior to the for regular season and spring Center, Millington, Tenn. entered the Army in June!;
would include the option for inspection, expected shortly practice football coverage. During the seven-week 1972 completed basic trail llli
ep Luk the outright purchase of the after September 21. Hale said Insurance coverage, not course, Todd learned the at Ft. Knox,Ky., and was last
1 hospital anytime during the most of the items have been necessarily |>y the company operation, maintenance and stationed in Germany. F f' .
o period of the contract. corrected, with only four or selected by the board, is repair of reciprocating piston He is a 1972 graduate oC
MA i I :7 I .. Meeting in special session five remaining. Most of the required for all students participating engines internal lubricating Bradford High School, Starke.;
the necessary work involved in varsity football. systems and high-and-low ten *
July 30, trustees hired
Health minor corrections such as The board plans to deal sion ignition systems. Todd Lawtey Carrier t r
Care Services ((1ICS) of %
Fort Lauderdale to managethe widening doors and installing through a local independentagent studied the principles of carburet ..?..
windows on doors.According in arranging coverageby ion, aircraft safety and
hospital, for a $3,000
per to Hale, Standard Life and Cas- Applications Asked
maintenance.
month fee, until a lease- preventive .
Medicare reimbursements to ualty. ft
A 1975 graduate of Lookout
purchase agreement is
signed. the hospital when approved, approved an order of con- High School, Chattanooga Applications for a substitute
will be retroactive to the June rural carrier of record for the
tics took over operation of struction priorities. Construction Tenn., Todd joined the Navy "
197612x60 12x60 the hospital August 2 and 21 reopening date. of three new classroomsat in September 1975. Lawtey Post Office will;:be
accepted Aug. 24
through
tics is presently studyingthe Starke Elementary at
2 BRa FK 2 BR administrator named AI Sasser Dr.an interim M. L. hospital's inventory and estimated cost of $53,369 tops an Russell McCrayJr. Sept. 2 at the post office<-::

Jewell had served as acting records to prepare a financial that priority list. The con Academy Graduate All interested persons ;.are
Esquire $5400 statement. Trustee U.S. Forces, Korea
secretary struction of two additional
administrator since the invited to apply. t.7 :;:
:
FrontKitchen resignation of Eugene Ruth Poppell said $18,773 classrooms at Starke Elementary (AHTNC) July 26 Army Ser- ,- .
VTith'600Down& llardval last June. Hardval remained in a special account at $35,579; constructionof geant Russell McCray, Jr., i .**
Z Br establushed as a reserve to three classrooms at South- son of Mrs. Victoria McCray, All qualified applicants will
W Per Mo. FHA served administrator.one year as hospital the general fund account. !side Elementary, at $53,369; 1134 North Pine St., Starke, receive consideration for
Poppell said she was construction of one new class recently graduated from the employment without regard to
Ideal For 3195plin's lies has expressed an authorized withdraw race, color, national origin;
to U.S.
ILiI! interest in leasing the hospitaland 15.000 room at Lawtey Elementary, Eighth Army's Wight-
H I Weds has presented the trustees August 12 to pay bills, leaving at $17.789 follow respectively.A man Noncommissioned Offi- sex, political affiliation,. ot
ewe / with contract terms. about $12,592 in outstanding $1.7 million construction cer Academy in Korea. any other non-merit factor: ;

Spokesman Bernie Boxx told bills. project at Bradford High : i
2 Single Wide Repos For S250 Down the trustees that his firm Poppell also made the first School,is listed fifth on the list
would assume the $36,000 payment of $1,500 to IICS on of 19 construction priority
Priced At 54995 annual indebtedness of the August 17 for management items. Work to be undertaken
facility and would also services since August 2. at the high school includes:
establish accounts for the Trustee J. D. Griffis said he construction of five new classrooms -SHAKE'
semi-annual bond paymentsand objected to the hiring of the two home economics
for monthly operating management firm becausethe labs an agriculture lab, two
expenses.Reimbursements' hospital coud not afford vocational business labs, and
for the $3.01)0) per month fee. He two industrial arts shops.
:Medicare-Medicaid patientstop also said noritten -approved J.J. Wolbert as
a priority list for the newly agreement had been signed school board attorney and the
Mobile HomesHwy hired management firm and that he objected to the continuance of his $5,000 SALE
According to Jewell verbal agreement on the annual retainer fee.
patients In that category terms of the management -approved payment of a Thurs.-Fri.
l Starke 964-5606 FHA Available i On New Homes account for about 50 percent of firm's duties. $35.972 construction bill to ,
M1 .o" : ., the claims Hale said the terms of the Triest Construction Company
,
A' A M r ''' r A 1 'r .00 On Television+ hospital's and 75
percent of the patient load. management agreement were of Keystone Heights.
listed in the minutes of the -approved payment of $561 August 19 & 20 29Dear
July 30 special session of the professional services bill to
;r''r'via hospital! board.TALLAHASSEE.
Architect Craig Salley as par-

Re-Elect ,
/ :' Friends:

We still have over 400 Yankee Doodle Dennis

,- Shake Cups to get rid of so we're going to do a
', U "l1r 47 1 s, t 1
Dave .r re-run of last week's 29c Shake Special. Any I

flavor shake in the old
Dennis Cup for 29c. If we I

run out of cups we'll keep right on making 29c i

milk shakes until we close Friday night (if we do

SHUFORD = close). Chocolate, Strawberry (with' real straw

berries), Butterscotch, Banana (with real

bananas), Hot Fudge, Vanilla or Wild Mountain,

Blackberry (with real blackberries). All these
Commissioner
County 1t:,'' ::4 tCr Scrumpdillyishus flavors any one for 29c. Buy 1

; District No.1" or 10 or 20, as many as you like.

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DAVE SHUFORD 0. ; ,, : Folks around here are really warming up to

; our FAMILY SPECIAL every Wednesday [roll day),

An Independent Businessman Who Has Operated His Own Business For BOUND-+! l Bradford t4' County representatives sae too The Scrumpdillyishus Big Brazier with French to refuse Fries at is 69c an offer Come just ,

to the State 4-11 Citizenship Short Course being held In the state on
28 Years. capitol this week receive a send off from trip sponsors George down and join us and your friends on Wednes

Dominianni (left),of the Starke Elks Club, and Al Crosby, of the day for that super quality sandwich that
Starke American Legion Post.Stacey lia>es (second from left) reigns
DAVE SHUFORD and Tammie Johns are representing Bradford County at the 4-11 Supreme as the Crown Prince of Burgers Made ,

meeting. With 100% pure ground beef and

I Is Running For Re-Election On His Past Record As A Businessman, additives). Remember now spices (no

City Councilman And County Commissioner And Is Hot Backed By Any 2 BUS Students Attend I.,


Group Or Individual Florida 4-II Short CourseTwo FAMILY SPECIAL EVERYWEDNESDAY t


Bradford County High Ought to Be a Law," "The
School students, both Role of a Legislator," "The ,
DAVE SHUFORDUnderstands members of local 4-H clubs, Role of a Legislator versus
are participating in the Other Influences on When I write a letter to a friend I always tell \

The Problems Of County Government And How It course Florida 4-H in Tallahassee Citizenship Short this Government tour the State," They Capitol will, also the the good news never the other kind. Our good I

week. Governor's Mansion and the news this week is that we are serving on
Functions. Serving As City Councilman 12 Years And
County Tammie Johns, 14, a Supreme Court Building excellent
freshman at BUS, and Stacey during their stay breakfast from 6 to 11 a.m dally

Commissioner 12 years Hayes[ IS, a sophomore at Monday thru Saturday. It is really a breakfast
BUS, departeMonday American Legion Post 56, of
morning for the 4-H Starke, and the Starke Elks feast with juicy succulent sausages, smoked j

DAVE SHUFORDHas citizenship While course. Club donated funds to send the ham long strips cured bacon, grits, hash brown
attending the local students to the 4-H
citizenship course, the local sponsored short course in potatoes, farm fresh eggs, and HOMEMADE BISCUITS
Worked For Improved County Drainage, Improved Roads students along with Tallahassee. Start your day with a hearty breakfast
representatives from other Tammie is the daughter of at
Building Roads That Have The Greatest Need Florida counties will Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johns of the Starke Dairy Queen and enjoy the highest
participate in assemblies on New River, and Stacey Is the quality foods available I
topics like: "Where daughter of Mrs. Jame Hayes at low, low prices. For I
Citizenship Begins," "ThereFORESTRY of Brooker. example, our No. 1 Breakfast features 2 }

DAVE SHUFORDHas -- - - -, - ( style) eggs
bacon
- any sausage or ,
- - grits or hash ,

brown., biscuits or toast and all for only $1. 9.

A Sincere Desire To See That All The People of IN BIAtfOI COUNTY Schroeder by Richard Ham is lOc extra and coffee is a nlckle a cup

Really just 5c with breakfast.

Bradford County Are Served Fairly And Impartially Those Your Webs Pecans In >

Throughout the Starke area rida,laying eggs in spring and DIDN'T I TELL YOU IT WAS GOOD NEWS I
this time of year small dense midsummer. By late summer j i
areas of webbing and the population is at its peak, Come and
see
us.
DAVE SHUFORDAsks skeletonized leaves can be and the size and number of the
seen in the branches of many webs at this time often alarm 1
trees. This is the fall web- the homeowner. The fall web- [ Regards
worm, a perennial pest that is worm will not measurably ,
Every Citizen Of Bradford County For seen in almost every type of damage the tree, but they are
hardwood, but in Bradford and populations can Dick
County seems to prefer the buildup over several years. If Park
Their upper branches of pecan you notice them getting worse
Vote
And
Support September trees. considertwo Owner
every year you may .
...
This moth (the 'webworm' methods of control: prune .. u.s. rot Off., Am;D.Q. Corp..
is the juvenile stage) has two ing the affected branch and Ca( ) Copyright 1979 Am. O.Q Corp.
Paid Pot At1v
generations per year in Flo- burning it.





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